Elkhart Lake remembers



Sponsored by the Lions Club, the Elkhart Lake Memorial Tribute Program was held Saturday at the village Memorial Park. Guest speaker for the event was Maj. William (Bill) Ray, USAR and retired Department of the Army civilian intelligence operations specialist. Ray spoke of the significance of Memorial Day, including those most memorable for him personally, in the United States, Europe and the Middle East, from his long military career. Cadets from the Civil Air Patrol Sheboygan County Squadron U.S. Air Force Auxiliary presented and raised the flags to open the ceremony. Sponsored by the Lions Club, the Elkhart Lake Memorial Tribute Program was held Saturday at the village Memorial Park. Guest speaker for the event was Maj. William (Bill) Ray, USAR and retired Department of the Army civilian intelligence operations specialist. Ray spoke of the significance of Memorial Day, including those most memorable for him personally, in the United States, Europe and the Middle East, from his long military career. Cadets from the Civil Air Patrol Sheboygan County Squadron U.S. Air Force Auxiliary presented and raised the flags to open the ceremony.






The Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah High School choir, under the direction of Holly Helmer, presented the National Anthem and the high school band, under the direction of Jodi Voss, played several patriotic selections. Jade and Summer Henschel presented the Memorial Day reading, “Freedom is Not Free.” The firing squad from Haslee-Doebert Schmidt American Legion Post 261 of Greenbush performed the ceremonial rifle volley, followed by the playing of Taps by Sara Schoenborn, to close out the ceremony. The Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah High School choir, under the direction of Holly Helmer, presented the National Anthem and the high school band, under the direction of Jodi Voss, played several patriotic selections. Jade and Summer Henschel presented the Memorial Day reading, “Freedom is Not Free.” The firing squad from Haslee-Doebert Schmidt American Legion Post 261 of Greenbush performed the ceremonial rifle volley, followed by the playing of Taps by Sara Schoenborn, to close out the ceremony.

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