Finding the true meaning of Memorial Day

Representatives of the Falls Village Volunteer Fire Department and the Ladies Auxiliary, along with Scouts, attended the indoor Memorial Day ceremony Monday, May 29. Photo by Patrick L. Sullivan

FALLS VILLAGE — For the second year in a row, rain forced the cancellation of the Memorial Day parade, and the ceremony was held at the Lee H. Kellogg School on Monday morning, May 29.

First Selectman Pat Mechare, presiding over her final Memorial Day as the top elected official in town, opened the ceremony by noting that despite the poor weather, “I think the spirit of the day is with us as we remember those who have fallen for us.”

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