Remembering service

Photos by Stefan Brodsky
Posted 6/3/20

Olinger Highlands Cemetery in Thornton offered a slimmed-down service for Memorial Day 2020, in light of the COVID-19 pandemic and social distancing guidelines but that didn’t stop local veterans …

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Remembering service

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Olinger Highlands Cemetery in Thornton offered a slimmed-down service for Memorial Day 2020, in light of the COVID-19 pandemic and social distancing guidelines but that didn’t stop local veterans and their families from marking the day.

The cemetery usually offers patriotic music and speeches to remember veterans’ service on Memorial Day. This year, the American Legion Post 22, based in Northglenn, was on-hand to offer a traditional 21-gun salute and local scouts decorated Veteran’s graves with flags for the holiday.

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