• Flag Raising Day May 14, 2018 @ 11:00 AM, Maine Veterans Memorial Cemetery-37 Lombard Road Caribou, Maine Avenue of Flags Flag Raising Day to honor Deceased Veterans.
  • 30 US Flags will be raised at the Avenue of Flags, 29 to honor the memory of specific deceased Veterans and 1 to honor the memory of all deceased Veterans.
  • If you are a family member of friend of a deceased Veteran and would like to honor the memory of that deceased Veteran then please contact me, Harry C. Hafford,  at 768 0525 or any NMVCC member.
  • Once raised the Flags will fly 24/7 through Veterans Day to honor the memory of the deceased Veteran it was raised for.
  • Family, friends and the public are invited to join us for this ceremony.

 

Memorial Day Monday May 28, 2018 at 1:00 pm Maine Veterans Memorial Cemetery-37 Lombard road-Caribou, Maine

EMCEE: GREGORY DANIELS

Keynote Speaker: GREGORY LaFRANCOIS CEO TAMC

Singer: Wendell Hudson & Dale Hudson

Pastor: John DeFelice

Coffee to be furnished by "Virtual Managed Solutions"

PUBLIC INVITED

 

POW/MIA Day Ceremony

3rd Friday  21st of September 2018 @ 1:00 pm

EMCCC: CLARENCE (MAC) McLAUGHLIN

KEYNOTE SPEAKER: Wm (BILL) FLAGG

INVOCATION & BENEDICTION:

TAPS: FRED ORMEZZANI

SINGER

COFFEE/COCOA furnished by CB & VICKI SMITH OF CariboU

PUBLIC INVITED

 

VETERANS Day Ceremony

Sunday November 11, 2018 11:00 AM  @ Maine Veterans Memorial Cemetery-37 Lombard Road-Caribou, Maine

EMCEE:  LINDA McGLINN

Keynote Speaker: SUE BARNARD

Invocation & Benediction: LLOYD WOODS

SINGER: WENDELL HUDSON

Taps: FRED ORMEZANNI

Coffee/Cocoa BY CB & VICKI SMITH

PUBLIC INVITED

 

A salute to the Legion Riders of American Legion Post 147 of Madawaska, Me. for doing the 21 gun salute at all of our ceremonies.

A salute to the Loring Job Corps for furnishing the Honor Guard at all of our ceremonies.

A big thank you to C.B. Smith Virtual Managed Solutions for furnishing coffee/hot chocolate for guests at our ceremonies.

For more information contact: Harry C. Hafford 207 768 0525 or any NMVCC committee member

        

Veterans, their families and the general public are invited to attend all ceremonies.