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Healing moments in memory of lost loved ones

The Memorial Day parade procession began at Kent Center School and continued on Route 341 and Main Street until it reached its final destination at the Congregational Church. Photo by Elyse Sadtler

KENT — Cloudy skies and cool temperatures — but no rain — graced the Memorial Day parade on Monday, May 28.  

Veterans, dressed in their military best participated in the parade along with the Kent Center School (KCS) marching band, which played patriotic music throughout the morning-long ceremony.

The first stop along the parade route was the cemetery at Saint Andrew’s Church. The Rev. Dr. David McIntosh offered a heartfelt prayer: “May barriers crumble and hatred disappear.”

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