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Otis holds Memorial Day remembrance service

A small group of veterans traveled to all the cemeteries in Otis and Sandisfield, paying respects to fallen veterans.

Otis — The town held remembrance service for area veterans on Sunday, May 26 in front of the town’s Veteran’s Memorial in front of the library.

State Army National Guard Cadet Maggy Sarnacki with AMVETS Post 77 Commander Tom Soules. The two Otis residents took part in the town’s remembrance service on May 26. Photo by Roberta Sarnacki.

Members of AMVETS Post 77 and other veterans from throughout the area took part in the event. A small group of veterans traveled to all the cemeteries in Otis and Sandisfield, paying respects to fallen veterans.

Some of the veterans who took part in the Memorial Day remembrance service in Otis on May 26. Photo by Roberta Sarnacki.
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