Gallery of Memorial Day observances across the North Olympic Peninsula
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U.S. Navy veteran Martin "Marty" Arnold, 70, of Sequim, right, and Port Angeles High School Navy Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps Cadets Alex Evans, left, and Kim Gordon, center, join others to salute during the playing of "Taps" during the Memorial Day ceremony at Mount Angeles Memorial Park on Monday. Arnold, who served on submarines and on a destroyer during the Vietnam War, said he was pleased with the youth turnout at the rites to honor fallen military members.
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Ed Hauser, Chimacum resident and Leading Knight of Elks Lodge No. 317 in Port Townsend, tosses a wreath into Port Townsend Bay to conclude Memorial Day ceremonies at the Marvin G. Shields Memorial American Legion Post 26 in Port Townsend on Monday. Selena Espinoza, left, awaits her turn to toss a wreath.
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Ted Mata of Diamond Point plays "Taps" at Sequim View Cemetery at the VFW/American Legion ceremonies Monday.
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Sequim members of the Veterans of Foreign Wars and the American Legion stand to honor war dead during Memorial Day rites Monday at Sequim View Cemetery. The groups then split up to hold similar ceremonies at cemetery sites in Blyn, Gardiner, Dungeness, Jamestown, Blue Mountain and downtown Sequim.
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Under the supervision of Forks City Attorney/Planner Rod Fleck, Scouts with Forks Elk Pack 4467 raise the flag at Memorial Day ceremonies at the Forks Transit Center.
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Forks City Attorney/Planner Rod Fleck assists Scouts with Forks Elk Pack 4467 place a wreath at the Blue Star Memorial Highway monument Monday at the Forks Transit Center.

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