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Wreaths across America

  • Two members of Wilkins-Cloues-Bigelow-Pearson Post 39 of Warner, Post Commander Charles Trowbridge and Past Post Commander Paul Violette, participated in the nationwide Wreaths Across America Program on Dec. 14. Trowbridge and Violette placed wreaths at New Waterloo, Pine Grove, Davisville and Schoodac cemeteries, and the Violette family plot in Warner; Sunny Plain in Bradford; Beaver Dam and Pearson Park in Webster; and Sutton Cemetery in Sutton. Trowbridge places a wreath at Sutton Cemetery in Sutton. At each placement, a brief prayer was offered by Trowbridge in honor of those who served, or are serving in the United States military forces.<br/>

    Two members of Wilkins-Cloues-Bigelow-Pearson Post 39 of Warner, Post Commander Charles Trowbridge and Past Post Commander Paul Violette, participated in the nationwide Wreaths Across America Program on Dec. 14. Trowbridge and Violette placed wreaths at New Waterloo, Pine Grove, Davisville and Schoodac cemeteries, and the Violette family plot in Warner; Sunny Plain in Bradford; Beaver Dam and Pearson Park in Webster; and Sutton Cemetery in Sutton. Trowbridge places a wreath at Sutton Cemetery in Sutton. At each placement, a brief prayer was offered by Trowbridge in honor of those who served, or are serving in the United States military forces.

  • Two members of Wilkins-Cloues-Bigelow-Pearson Post 39 of Warner, Post Commander Charles Trowbridge and Past Post Commander Paul Violette, participated in the nationwide Wreaths Across America Program on Dec. 14. Trowbridge and Violette placed wreaths at New Waterloo, Pine Grove, Davisville and Schoodac cemeteries, and the Violette family plot in Warner; Sunny Plain in Bradford; Beaver Dam and Pearson Park in Webster; and Sutton Cemetery in Sutton. Violette places a wreath at New Waterloo Cemetery in Warner. At each placement, a brief prayer was offered by Trowbridge in honor of those who served, or are serving in the United States military forces.<br/>

    Two members of Wilkins-Cloues-Bigelow-Pearson Post 39 of Warner, Post Commander Charles Trowbridge and Past Post Commander Paul Violette, participated in the nationwide Wreaths Across America Program on Dec. 14. Trowbridge and Violette placed wreaths at New Waterloo, Pine Grove, Davisville and Schoodac cemeteries, and the Violette family plot in Warner; Sunny Plain in Bradford; Beaver Dam and Pearson Park in Webster; and Sutton Cemetery in Sutton. Violette places a wreath at New Waterloo Cemetery in Warner. At each placement, a brief prayer was offered by Trowbridge in honor of those who served, or are serving in the United States military forces.

  • Two members of Wilkins-Cloues-Bigelow-Pearson Post 39 of Warner, Post Commander Charles Trowbridge and Past Post Commander Paul Violette, participated in the nationwide Wreaths Across America Program on Dec. 14. Trowbridge and Violette placed wreaths at New Waterloo, Pine Grove, Davisville and Schoodac cemeteries, and the Violette family plot in Warner; Sunny Plain in Bradford; Beaver Dam and Pearson Park in Webster; and Sutton Cemetery in Sutton. Trowbridge places a wreath at Sutton Cemetery in Sutton. At each placement, a brief prayer was offered by Trowbridge in honor of those who served, or are serving in the United States military forces.<br/>
  • Two members of Wilkins-Cloues-Bigelow-Pearson Post 39 of Warner, Post Commander Charles Trowbridge and Past Post Commander Paul Violette, participated in the nationwide Wreaths Across America Program on Dec. 14. Trowbridge and Violette placed wreaths at New Waterloo, Pine Grove, Davisville and Schoodac cemeteries, and the Violette family plot in Warner; Sunny Plain in Bradford; Beaver Dam and Pearson Park in Webster; and Sutton Cemetery in Sutton. Violette places a wreath at New Waterloo Cemetery in Warner. At each placement, a brief prayer was offered by Trowbridge in honor of those who served, or are serving in the United States military forces.<br/>
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