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Memorial Day was marked in Plymouth Monday with the traditional parade, followed by a solemn ceremony in Union Cemetery. Featured speaker Rene Basham (top left) spoke movingly about her experiences in Nazi Germany, where she was born in 1942, and of her gratitude to American Memorial Day was marked in Plymouth Monday with the traditional parade, followed by a solemn ceremony in Union Cemetery. Featured speaker Rene Basham (top left) spoke movingly about her experiences in Nazi Germany, where she was born in 1942, and of her gratitude to American











servicepeople who helped liberate her family and her country. The day's events, which were well attended as always, were organized and sponsored by the World's Cheese Capitol Post 5612 of the Veterans of Foreign Wars. servicepeople who helped liberate her family and her country. The day's events, which were well attended as always, were organized and sponsored by the World's Cheese Capitol Post 5612 of the Veterans of Foreign Wars.

Review photos byEmmitt B. Feldner Review photos byEmmitt B. Feldner

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