Hallowell

NOTE: Parade route corrected. HALLOWELL — Goodrich-Caldwell American Legion Post 6 will host a Memorial Day parade and ceremonies Monday, May 25.

The parade will form between 9:15 and 9:30 a.m. in front of the American Legion Post Hall, Second Street. The leading elements will step off at 9:45 a.m. The route of march will be: South to Temple street, East to Water street, then North on Water Street to the City Cemetery, halting at the Civil War Monument, then reforming and marching to Legion Park at the North end of the cemetery for a service. A service at Hallowell Waterfront Park will complete the events.

Parade marshal is Roger Theberge

Services at Civil War Monument

Master of Ceremonies, Post Commander Jerry Stuart

Opening Prayer, the Rev. Thomas DeRaps

“America the Beautiful,” Hall-Dale High School Band

Greeting, Mark Walker, Mayor of Hallowell

Speaker, Phil Watkins

“Battle Hymn of The Republic,” Hall-Dale High School Band

Placement of Wreath, Third Maine Regiment Sargent Major

Volley, Third Maine Regiment

Taps & Echo, Hall-Dale High School Band

Song, Joan Morgan

Parade reforms and moves to the Legion Park

Master of Ceremonies, Commander Jerry Stuart

Invocation, Post 6 Chaplain Ernest DeRaps

Followed by Rabbi Erica Asch of Hallowell

Music, Hall-Dale High School Band

Memorial Day Address, State Historian, Comrade Earl Shuttleworth

“God Bless America,” Nancy McGinnis

Placement of Wreath, Comrade Ernest McPherson

Volley, Maine State Select Honor Guard

Taps & Echo, Hall-Dale High School Band

Flag Detail, Steve Mairs

National Anthem, Hall-Dale High School Band

Benediction, the Rev. Peter Inchombe

Service at Hallowell Waterfront Park, front of Winthrop Street

Prayer, Chaplin Ernest DeRaps

Taps, Nancy McGinnis

Placement of Wreath, Comrade Ernest McPherson

Memorial Day Parade 2015

Order of March

• Hallowell Police Department Cruiser

• American Legion Post 6 Parade Marshal

• American Legion Post 6 Color Guard

• Hall-Dale High School Band

• American Legionnaires & Uniformed Military – Marching

• American Legionnaires & Uniformed Military – Riding

• Girl Scouts, Boy Scouts and Cub Scouts

• 3rd Maine Regiment

• Members of the City of Hallowell Government

• Mayor & Ceremony Speaker-Riding

• Chief Grant & Hallowell Fire Department Members

For more information, call Mike Madden at 215-8550 or 622-2063; or Larry Auger, 458-6267 or 582-6267.