Memorial Day Services in Newbury Township

The Newbury Legion Post 663 and its Commander Ken Hunter will host Memorial Day Services Monday, May 27 at the Newbury School Auditorium. This indoor 
program will honor our veterans past and present. Everyone is welcome to attend 
this memorial service. Let’s support our current veterans and remember those who gave their all for the freedoms we enjoy today.

Our featured speaker will be Colonel Larry Ayer who served our country well in the U.S. Army. Col. Ayer, a graduate of the Army Officer Advanced Course, has held positions at seven military posts and is a registered engineer. He served in Germany as a Tank Platoon Leader and Tank Company Executive Officer. After returning to the United States, Co1. Ayer 
began a dual career with the Army Reserves and General Electric. He is married to Judy for 49 years. They have three children, all of whom are Newbury High School graduates, 
as well as five grandchildren. We are honored to have Colonel Larry Ayer as our Memorial 
Day Speaker.

 Schedule for Newbury Services

7:00 a.m. Meet at Post Home for Preparation

8:30 a.m. South Newbury Cemetery Services

(Note: At 9:15 some vets will go to help Munn Cemetery service with the VFW)

10:30 a.m. Indoor Memorial Day Service at the Newbury School Auditorium

11:15-11:30 a.m. Parade Formation

11:30 a.m. Parade to Center Cemetery

12 Noon Center Cemetery Service

12:30 p.m. Disperse at Town Hall, the public is invited to the Post
for a complimentary cookout in the Hunter pavilion behind the Post.

The Grand Marshal for the parade will be Mr. Dean Eppley. All groups, clubs, etc., are 
welcome to participate in the parade. Groups with minors must have adult supervision. This 
program is planned for the benefit of Newbury and surrounding communities. All veterans are welcome to participate in the program and parade-with or without uniform. Call Dean 
Eppley at 440-564-7111 or 216-347-9900 for parade events.

W.J. Skomrock, Sr. 
Correspondent 
564-5450 (work) 
564-5364 (home)

Geauga News
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