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Westborough remembers its veterans

Westborough – The town commemorated Memorial Day, Monday, May 28, with a parade and ceremonies held at each of the town's war monuments. Kenneth Ferrera, the town's?Assistant Veterans Agent, served as Master of Ceremonies for the day while John Matson and the late Stephen Sullivan were honored as the parade's Grand Marshals. Here are some images and a slideshow from Community Advocate contributor Christopher Weigl of the day:


Grand Marshal John Matson addresses the crowd assembled outside the Forbes Municipal Building following the Memorial Day Parade on Monday. Matson was honored as Grand Marshal alongside Stephen Sullivan, who was killed by a car bomb in Iraq in 2005.

Members of Westborough High School's band, directed by Matthew Lefebvre, play the National Anthem outside Midland Cemetery during the parade on Monday.

Westborough - Participants in Westborough's Memorial Day Parade and services salute while taps are played at Midland Cemetery, the second to last stop along the parade route.

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