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East Hampton invited to A Time to Remember

September 14, 2012 Arts & Entertainment, Local News No Comments

The A Time to Remember ceremony is hosted by Fowler-Dix-Park VFW Post 5095 and the Ladies Auxiliary of East Hampton, CT.

You are invited to a POW-MIA  Recognition Day Ceremony at 7 p.m. on Friday,  Sept. 21 at the Post Home located at 20 North Maple St. in East Hampton.

The ceremony is hosted by Fowler-Dix-Park VFW Post 5095 and the Ladies Auxiliary. It serves to honor and remember Prisoners of War and the unaccounted for military personal from all U.S. wars.

Post Commander Lou Carillo and Auxiliary President Tamra Emond will conduct the ceremony, which is open to the public.

Questions? Please contact the Post at 860-267-8837 after 3 p.m. Monday through Friday or after noon on Saturday and Sunday.

Posted September 14, 2012

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