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Florists in El Jebel, CO

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El Jebel Flower Shops

City Market Floral #433

250 E Valley Rd
El Jebel, CO 81623
(970) 963-3360

El Jebel CO News

Jun 2, 2017

Memorial Day ceremonies honor sacrifice |

Legion Post 103 sponsored the 8 a.m. ceremony at the Littleton Cemetery. Betsy Marzonie and Darlene Romero placed flowers at the flagpole, the El Jebel Shrine Pipe Band played "Amazing Grace" and the All Veteran Honor Guard fired the 21-gun salute.Patrick Shaw led a group of bicyclists to the ceremony that included five boys and girls."All of us need to attend this ceremony to show appreciation for what members of the military services sacrificed for us," Shaw said. "If we aren't aware of what the men and women did we will just take for granted all the freedoms we enjoy in our country."A mirror image of the ceremony was held at the Littleton World War II Memorial later that morning.A few miles away, about 1,000 people attended the Memorial Day ceremony at Fort Logan National Cemetery at 11 a.m.The traditional program included a flyover, speeches, the rifle salute and "Taps."Bear Valley resident Seth Rodenbaugh was among those attending the ceremony and he brought flowers to place on the graves of the grandparents of his best friend."I am a retired Army sniper and the ceremony means a lot to me," he said. "I came to honor those who served but didn't make it home. I also came to place these flowers for my best friend."Veteran Walt Blankenship plays the concert tuba in the VFW band."I feel it is a privilege to play in the band for this ceremony," he said between songs. "I feel it is important to pay tribute an... (Englewood Herald)