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Memorial Day salute
on Jun 4, 2010 at 5:39 p.m.
VFW member Marvin Veden blows "Taps" at the end of Monday morning's program.
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Wadena Community Band conductor John Lindlief leads his group through a patriotic number.
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Disabled veteran John Crandall Sr. listened to a speaker on Memorial Day. Crandall was hit by mortar fire while serving in Vietnam in 1967.
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Captain Eric Staples of the Minnesota National Guard was the featured speaker.
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M-I rifles fired a salute to military veterans.
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Myrtle Vierkant of the VFW auxiliary salutes after laying a wreath to honor the memories of those who fought in the Korean War. Vierkant's husband served in Korea.
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Monday's fine weather brought out around 200 people for the annual Memorial Day program.
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VFW auxiliary members Sue Rebischke, Arlene Wynn, Barb Neuschwander and Nellie Wegscheid carry flags during the Memorial Day program Monday at the Wadena Cemetery.
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Members of the VFW Honor Guard stand at attention during Monday's program.
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