Community honors the fallen


Community members placed their hands over their hearts as the program opened with The Star Spangled Banner.


State Rep. Rick Nelson firmly shook hands with local resident Glenn Durham, who was the only WW II veteran in attendance at Monday’s program.


Photos by Jennifer McDaniels The Harlan Honor Guard conducted its annual Memorial Day program Monday with several in attendance. Veterans were joined with their families, friends and neighbors to pay tribute to the fallen. After the moving tribute, members of the Harlan Honor Guard hosted a cookout for the community. Harlan Honor Guard veterans lined in somber formation as Taps was played in remembrance of their fallen comrades.


Community members placed their hands over their hearts as the program opened with The Star Spangled Banner.

State Rep. Rick Nelson firmly shook hands with local resident Glenn Durham, who was the only WW II veteran in attendance at Monday’s program.

Photos by Jennifer McDaniels

The Harlan Honor Guard conducted its annual Memorial Day program Monday with several in attendance. Veterans were joined with their families, friends and neighbors to pay tribute to the fallen. After the moving tribute, members of the Harlan Honor Guard hosted a cookout for the community. Harlan Honor Guard veterans lined in somber formation as Taps was played in remembrance of their fallen comrades.

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Community members placed their hands over their hearts as the program opened with The Star Spangled Banner.
http://harlandaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_Memorial-Day-web-2.jpgCommunity members placed their hands over their hearts as the program opened with The Star Spangled Banner.

State Rep. Rick Nelson firmly shook hands with local resident Glenn Durham, who was the only WW II veteran in attendance at Monday’s program.
http://harlandaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_Memorial-Day-web-3.jpgState Rep. Rick Nelson firmly shook hands with local resident Glenn Durham, who was the only WW II veteran in attendance at Monday’s program.

Photos by Jennifer McDaniels The Harlan Honor Guard conducted its annual Memorial Day program Monday with several in attendance. Veterans were joined with their families, friends and neighbors to pay tribute to the fallen. After the moving tribute, members of the Harlan Honor Guard hosted a cookout for the community. Harlan Honor Guard veterans lined in somber formation as Taps was played in remembrance of their fallen comrades.
http://harlandaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_Memorial-Day-Main.jpgPhotos by Jennifer McDaniels The Harlan Honor Guard conducted its annual Memorial Day program Monday with several in attendance. Veterans were joined with their families, friends and neighbors to pay tribute to the fallen. After the moving tribute, members of the Harlan Honor Guard hosted a cookout for the community. Harlan Honor Guard veterans lined in somber formation as Taps was played in remembrance of their fallen comrades.
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