New Ipswich

A salute to our soldiers

New Ipswich: Town holds Memorial Day parade

  • Greenville American Legion Post 13 Rifle Squad performed 21 gun salutes in honor of the fallen dead during Sunday's Memorial Day observances in New Ipswich.
  • Naval Sea Cadets Chief Select Chris Laroche of Peterborough, Petty Officer 2nd Class Dominic Walshe of New Ipswich, Petty Officer 2nd Class Tyrell Dugre of Antrim and Petty officer 1st Class Christian Hirsch of Jaffrey bore the town and American flags and led the parade during New Ipswich's Memorial Day services.
  • S. Rothwell of Boy Scout Troop 42 in New Ipswich bears the troop flag during the Memorial Day parade on Sunday.
  • Greenville American Legion Post 13 Rifle Squad performed 21 gun salutes in honor of the fallen dead during Sunday's Memorial Day observances in New Ipswich.
  • Eddie Aho, 92, of New Ipswich, a veteran of WWII, was the oldest veteran to ride in the morning parade on Sunday.
  • Veterans prepare to raise the town and American flag.
  • backed by area sea cadets, Master of Ceremonies Ollie Niemi welcomes a gathered crowd to New Ipwich's Memorial Day observances.
  • Micheal Bara of New Ipswich prepares to raise the flag.
  • Micheal Bara of New Ipswich prepares to raise the flag.
  • Veterans and residents march in the New Ipswich Memorial Day parade on Sunday.
  • Jason Hamblen of New Ipswich prepares to raise the town flag.
  • Veterans and residents march in the New Ipswich Memorial Day parade on Sunday.
  • Veterans and residents march in the New Ipswich Memorial Day parade on Sunday.
  • Hannah Veeser of New Ipswich sings the national anthem during Memorial Day observances Sunday in New Ipswich.
  • Boy Scouts E. Howell and B. Bunyard decorate the crosses at Smithville Cemetery on Sunday.
  • Greenville American Legion Post 13 Rifle Squad performed 21 gun salutes in honor of the fallen dead during Sunday's Memorial Day observances in New Ipswich.
  • Veterans and residents march in the New Ipswich Memorial Day parade on Sunday.
  • Eddie Aho, 92, of New Ipswich, a veteran of WWII, was the oldest veteran to ride in the morning parade on Sunday.
  • Sgt. Don Porier and his grandson, Cameron Leger, salute during a water ceremony honoring those lost at sea.
  • Softball players Jasmine Williams, 12, of New Ipswich and Samantha Hughson of New Ipswich place flowers on the water in remembrance of those lost at sea during Sunday's morning Memorial Day parade in New Ipswich.
  • Army member Derek Rust of New Ipswich plays "Taps," during the raising of the flag in Smithville Cemetery.

NEW IPSWICH — On Sunday, residents and veterans gathered to ride and march in the annual New Ipswich Memorial Day parade.

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