Silent remembrance




To the sound of only a single drumbeat, American Legion members from Wisconsin District Two made their way through downtown Plymouth Saturday morning in a Silent March to commemorate prisoners of war and missing in action from the nation’s wars. The quiet, solemn procession was hosted by the Ladewig-Zinkgraf American Legion Post 243 of Plymouth in advance of National POW/MIA Recognition Day coming up Friday, Sept. 16. To the sound of only a single drumbeat, American Legion members from Wisconsin District Two made their way through downtown Plymouth Saturday morning in a Silent March to commemorate prisoners of war and missing in action from the nation’s wars. The quiet, solemn procession was hosted by the Ladewig-Zinkgraf American Legion Post 243 of Plymouth in advance of National POW/MIA Recognition Day coming up Friday, Sept. 16.



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