Sunrise Rotary

The early birds of Sunrise Rotary get their Fridays off to a fun, friendly start every week. Meeting at Mimi’s…

TAPS

According to the online encyclopedia Wikipedia and several other sources, the tune used by the United States Armed Forces from 1835 until 1860 was a bugle call known as the “Scottish Tattoo.” “Taps” was arranged in its present form by the Union Army Brigadier General Daniel Butterfield, an American Civil War general and Medal of Honor recipient, and a Utica, New York native. General Butterfield commanded the 3rd Brigade of the 1st Division in the V Army Corps of the Army of the Potomac.
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The Meaning of Memorial Day

FULTON–The theme for this year’s Memorial Day Salute Parade is “Remember Those Who Serviced.” Many area individuals, organizations, businesses and industries will try to develop their interpretation of this theme in the vehicles or floats they will enter in the parade on Saturday, May 23rd.
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Poster Contest Winners

The 34TH Annual Memorial Day Salute Committee recently announced the winners of the Poster Contest held to create a patriotic poster in keeping with “Remember Those Who Served.” Taking first place as the winner of this year’s poster contest is Nicole Green, with second place going to Stephanie Taplan.
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