May 27, 2013
Brookline observes Memorial Day at Walnut Hills Cemetery
Memorial Day—it’s the time of year when Americans get together to remember the brave men and women lost in the United States Armed Forces. Memorial Day honors these soldiers country-wide with services and homemade apple pie, and this year in Brookline, these traditions will be top-notch.
Brookline’s annual Memorial Day observation will take place at 8 am on Monday, May 27 at 386 Washington Street, where the veterans’ post is located. A bus will depart to the Walnut Hills Cemetery at 96 Grove Street for the ceremony and then continue with the ceremony by the Daughters of the American Revolution. The memorial will then continue at 11 am as the bus will make way to the Town Hall for the final Memorial Day ceremony.
After the ceremony, apple pie and grilled burgers are a Memorial Day tradition. So come out and honor the United States Armed Forces with the Brookline community!