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Aug 17, 2018

Among the dead flowers at the Academy of Natural Sciences, a Civil War mystery unfolds | Mike Newall

The faded cursive label below it read: “Battlefield of Gettysburg, August 20, 1863.” That surprised her. img class="size-horizontal-hi-res wp-image-663296" src="*800/dixon-663012-e-wp-content-uploads-2018-08-1265575_b0b46852ae16919.jpg" alt width="1200"...

Jun 2, 2017

Cemetery ceremony honors fallen heroes

It has become a tradition at the service for Ingo Rautenberg to read Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address and City Clerk Eileen Pulker to read the noted poem about World War I, "In Flanders Fields." “I love this day," Pulker said. "The whole day is special as we honor veterans.”Rev. Steven Bancroft, who is the manager of the cemetery, brings a wide range of expertise to his tasks. He is a retired captain of the U.S. Army Reserves and the former Dean of the Detroit Episcopal Cathedral. In his homily he chose to recognize the loyal service of veterans who served during peacetime or in important areas of service that did not include combat. He gave these men and women well-deserved recognition for their service. At the conclusion of his talk, he asked all veterans present to stand and be recognized.The Boy Scouts circulated among the veterans, giving each one an American flag lapel pin. The veterans appreciated the recognition.Bancroft and Margaret Matthes led the singing as the band played patriotic songs.One elderly woman described the experience of her late husband William J. Williams during World War II, noting that his name is on the monuments recognizing veterans. “He was on a Navy ship with the decks covered with barrels of explosives at Iwo Jima. Their task was to drop the cylinders to destroy the reefs so landing crafts could approach the island. They were bombed by kamikaze pilots but survived,” explained Shally Williams.Audience member Lucy Sabbagh said, “In this calm setting, we can think of men and women who have died to give us freedom.”Audrey Helou, wife of drummer B. Gabriel Helou, added, “This solemn occasion helps us remember the meaning of the day.”Members of the Ridley Family travelled from Chelsea to take part in the program. John Ridley, father of Tom, explained, ”Tom, 20, is playing an old, old sousaphone tuba, and my wife Jenn is playing sax in the band.”Mary Jane Major has lived in Franklin for 30 years, but the Memorial Day program brings back memories of the small town in northern Michigan where she grew up during World War II, “It makes me feel like crying,” she says. “When someone was killed, we all grieved. It was traumatic because we all knew one another.”Ann Lamott is especially knowledgable and interested in Franklin history. She and her husband Bill give cemetery tours. Last week she welcomed descendants of Josiah Barklay who died in the ... (

Jun 2, 2017

Memorial Day: Events across Central PA to help remember veterans, sacrifices

Lincoln Colored Cemetery off Winding Hill Road. The service will be held rain or shine.The National Cemetery at Gettysburg National Military Park will hold its 150th Memorial Day parade and ceremony beginning with the parade at 2 p.m. at Lefever Street.  The parade will end at the Soldier’s National Cemetery where the ceremony will start at 3 p.m. Brigadier General Tony Carrelli, PA National Guard, will be the guest speaker.Taps will be played each evening at 7 p.m. between Memorial Day and Labor Day in the National Cemetery, sponsored by the Lincoln Fellowship of Pennsylvania, in partnership with Gettysburg National Military Park and Taps for Veterans.“One Hundred Nights of Taps” will take place at the Soldiers’ National Monument within the cemetery – often believed to mark the location of President Abraham Lincoln’s “Gettysburg Address” in November 1863. Bugler and bugle historian Jari Villanueva has assembled a team of buglers for event. Among the buglers signed up to perform are military veterans, Civil War re-enactor buglers, community band members, high school and college students and music teachers. For more information or to sign up to perform, you can visit this site here.Myerstown Memorial Day Parade-  The Myerstown Memorial Day parade will begin at 10 a.m. at the Myerstown pool parking lot at 515 S. Railroad St. It will continue north on Railroad Street to Main Avenue, then west to the Myerstown VFW. A memorial service at the VFW will follow immediately after the parade, probably at about 11 a.m. The parade will begin forming at the pool at 9:30 a.m. Hershey Memorial Day Parade- A parade will start at 10 a.m. at the Hershey Recreation Center and progress north on Cocoa Avenue, west on Elm Avenue, north on Ridge Avenue, east on Chocolate Avenue, and south on Cocoa Avenue back to the Recreation Center. An 11:30 a.m. ceremony at the Recreation Center will feature music, a keynote speaker, and a reading of youth essays. Lebanon Memorial Day Parade-The annual parade will begin at 9:30 a.m. at the intersection of Eighth and Cumberland streets. It will continue east along Cumberland Street to Fourth Street, north to Lehman Street, and west back to Eighth Street. There will be a ceremony in Monument Park, N. Eighth and... (

Jun 2, 2017

Teen builds 1000 flowers for unidentified Gettysburg National Cemetery graves

Indie Genest, 13, made 1,000 wire flowers for unmarked graves at Gettysburg. An Auburn middle schooler who decided to build 1,000 wired flowers for each of the unmarked graves at the Gettysburg National Cemetery has completed her mission.Indie Genest, 13, came up with the idea after a family trip to the Pennsylvania cemetery last year.“We saw all these graves and it was very touching,” Genest said. “These soldiers just has a little grave with a number on it and for me that was heartbreaking and I wanted them to be appreciated.”Roughly 1,000 graves at the Gettysburg National Cemetery are of soldiers killed during the Battle of Gettysburg who were never identified. Their gravestones are marked simply with a number.“We were walking through the graveyard and I’m like I need to do something,” Genest said, “So we came up with this idea of making wired flowers.”Genest finished her 1,000th flower this month.“I ran around the house yelling, ‘I did it! I did it! I told you I could do it,'" Genest said.On Tuesday, May 30, Indie ships the flowers to Gettysburg. (ABC10)

May 25, 2017

Elgin readies for Memorial Day ceremonies

This observance also will include the Elgin Master Chorale, Elgin High School Band, and local students continuing the tradition of reading Lincoln's Gettysburg Address and General John Logan's Orders, which established Memorial Day.Organizational wreaths will be placed at the Grand Army of the Republic memorial in a moment similar to the laying of wreaths at the Tomb of the Unknowns in Washington D.C. The program also will include a roll call of deceased veterans, a rifle salute, and the playing of Taps.A free shuttle bus will pick up riders at the main gate and east gate parking areas before and after the service for transportation to and from the ceremony area. The ceremony will be broadcast live on WRMN Radio, 1410 AM.The first Elgin Memorial Day event is set to starts at 8:45 a.m. at Mount Hope Cemetery, 1001 Villa St.. This observance will include a Catholic Mass, a combined color guard, rifle salute and the playing of Taps.At 9:15 a.m., Lakewood Memorial Park 30W730 Route 20, will honor veterans buried there with a ceremony in the cemetery's Garden of Honor that will include a combined color guard, a rifle salute and the playing of Taps.At Elgin Veterans Memorial Park, 274 N. Grove Ave., a presentation organized by the Elgin Navy Club and the Elgin Marine Corps League is planned for 9:45 a.m.The program will pay special tribute to veterans interred at sea, and keynote speaker will be Col. Sheldon J. Bathurst, a retired U.S. Marine who served in Vietnam. The program is set to feature the Elgin Master Chorale and will conclude with the strewing of flowers into the Fox River, a rifle salute and the playing of Taps. Should city officials deem weather conditions unsuitable for outdoor programs, an announcement will be made no later than 8:30 a.m. on Memorial Day that the Veterans Memorial Park and Bluff City Cemetery programs will be held at their normal times at the Hemmens Cultural Center, 45 Symphony Way, Elgin. Such information would be posted on the city of Elgin's website and other media outlets, Center (Chicago Tribune)

Dec 28, 2016

Demolition planned for former K House of Flowers property

Milwaukee or to the east where Foster becomes Gettysburg Street. The former New Life Church, 5518 W. Gettysburg St., which the Church of the Chicagoans acquired last year, is east of the flower shop. There have been several reports of retail projects being considered for the church site over the years, and prospective developers for the project expressed interest in also buying the flower shop property. None of those projects ever occurred. Alderman John Arena’s chief of staff Owen Brugh said that a demolition permit has been sought for the K House property but that redevelopment plans for the site are undecided. "If any plan we receive has merit, we’ll present it to the community," Brugh said. The B3-1 zoning of the site permits a variety of retail and restaurant uses and restricts residential uses to the upper floors. Under the current zoning, one living unit would be allowed on the property. The side-yard variation is being requested for a planned 16-unit, 3 1/2-story structure that would be built on a vacant parcel near Montrose and Cicero avenues. The site recently was rezoned to B2-3 for the project. Project attorney Thomas Pikarski said that normally there are no side setback restrictions for commercial properties but that the variation is required because the site is next to a three-story apartment building on a residentially zoned lot west of it. The setback would be 6.54 feet instead of the required 10 feet. Arena has expressed support for the proposed apartment building. The Zoning Board of Appeals is expected to hear the variation request early next year. Also in the 45th Ward, developm... (Nadig Newspapers)


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