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Ceremony honors Snohomish County veterans

  • Jennifer Buchanan / The Herald

  • Sgt. Glenn Jones rings the bell as names of the dead are read aloud during the ceremony.

    Jennifer Buchanan / The Herald

    Sgt. Glenn Jones rings the bell as names of the dead are read aloud during the ceremony.

  • A veteran of the Marines, Dan Wilkins, from Granite Falls, bows his head as the names of the dead are read aloud during a memorial to honor the vetera...

    Jennifer Buchanan / The Herald

    A veteran of the Marines, Dan Wilkins, from Granite Falls, bows his head as the names of the dead are read aloud during a memorial to honor the veterans of Snohomish County. Members of the U.S. Army National Guard Honor Guard and the American Legion Post #76 conducted the ceremony Sunday afternoon at the Arlington Municipal Cemetery.

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  • Jennifer Buchanan / The Herald

  • Sgt. Glenn Jones rings the bell as names of the dead are read aloud during the ceremony.

    Jennifer Buchanan / The Herald

    Sgt. Glenn Jones rings the bell as names of the dead are read aloud during the ceremony.

  • A veteran of the Marines, Dan Wilkins, from Granite Falls, bows his head as the names of the dead are read aloud during a memorial to honor the vetera...

    Jennifer Buchanan / The Herald

    A veteran of the Marines, Dan Wilkins, from Granite Falls, bows his head as the names of the dead are read aloud during a memorial to honor the veterans of Snohomish County. Members of the U.S. Army National Guard Honor Guard and the American Legion Post #76 conducted the ceremony Sunday afternoon at the Arlington Municipal Cemetery.

Members of the American Legion Post #76 Honor Guard (from left) Bill Lloyd, Chris Raboin and David Delancy give a rifle salute during a ceremony honoring veterans of Snohomish County at Arlington Municipal Cemetery on Sunday.
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