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George A. Perry III and the Westborough veterans agent / director veterans services,and Kenneth Ferrera, the assistant veterans agent, lead the ceremony at the World War I Memorial.
George A. Perry III, the Westborough veterans agent / director veterans services (right), observes the ceremony in front of the war memorials at the Forbes Municipal Building.
Douglas Sulham, the grand marshal and Selectman Leigh Emery, pay tribute at the World War 1 Memorial.
Veterans stand at attention at the ceremony held at the FMB.
Westborough's grand marshal, Douglas Sulham, accept a handmade quilt from Beverly Linnane. The quilt was made by local members of the Schoolhouse Quilters on behalf of the Quilts of Valor Foundation, a national organization that has provided over 90,000 hand-crafted quilts to veterans.
Pastor Paul Sangree of the Congregational Church of Westborough gives the invocation in front of the FMB.
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The VFW Post 9013 Honor Guard fire three volleys of rifle fire at the FMB ceremony.
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The WHS Barbershop Quartet, Perfect Fourths, sings the  National Anthem in the ceremony at the FMB.

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