POUND RIDGE, N.Y. -- Pound Ridge is set to hold its annual Memorial Day parade and ceremony on Monday at noon.
The parade will start at Pound Ridge Elementary School (PRES) and go to Burial Hill, Supervisor Dick Lyman wrote on his public Facebook page.
Lyman is scheduled to give the welcome remarks at the ceremony.
Services scheduled include an invocation by Pastor Lori Miller of Pound Ridge Community Church; a flag ceremony and singing of the national anthem with the Pound Ridge Fire Department; renditions of "The Star Spangled Banner" and "Amazing Grace"; an appearance from special guest Thomas E. Turchyn; a prayer for piece from Ruth Mendes of Pound Ridge Jewish Community; and the reading of an essay by fifth graders Maura Malichio and Seth Uyoo. The students' essay is titled "What Memorial Day Means To Me."
A program highlighting the services can be found here.