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    A flag marks Peleg Crocker’s grave while Memorial Day ceremonies honor 44 Civil War veterans in Chelsea’s Riverside Cemetery on Monday.

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    Amber Dostie, left, and her daughter, Maria Dostie, of Randolph, look at the names on a soldier’s gravestone during Memorial Day ceremonies honoring 44 Civil War veterans on Monday in Chelsea’s Riverside Cemetery.

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    The Memorial Day parade makes a U-turn in the museum parking lot and then returns to the Civil War monument where ceremonies were held in downtown Monmouth on Monday.

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    Kyle Huston, of Washburn, left, was first male finisher and Haley Morrill, of Boston, was first female finisher in the 4th annual Miles for Mills 5k on Monday at Cony High School in Augusta. Proceeds from the event will benefit the Travis Mills Foundation, a nonprofit organization formed to benefit and assist wounded and injured veterans. Retired U.S. Army Staff Sergeant Travis Mills, of the 82nd Airborne, lost portions of both arms and legs from an IED while on active duty in Afghanistan and now lives in Manchester.

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    Civil War reenactors fire a rifle volley during Memorial Day ceremonies honoring 44 Civil War veterans on Monday in Chelsea’s Riverside Cemetery.

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    American flags and medallions for different wars front the Civil War monument during Memorial Day events on Monday in downtown Monmouth.

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    Travis Mills speaks to almost 300 participants before the 4th annual Miles for Mills 5k on Monday at Cony High School in Augusta. Proceeds from the event will benefit the Travis Mills Foundation, a nonprofit organization formed to benefit and assist wounded and injured veterans. Retired U.S. Army Staff Sergeant Travis Mills, of the 82nd Airborne, lost portions of both arms and legs from an IED while on active duty in Afghanistan and now lives in Manchester.

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    Travis Mills waves to participants as he runs in the 4th annual Miles for Mills 5k on Monday at Cony High School in Augusta. Proceeds from the event will benefit the Travis Mills Foundation, a nonprofit organization formed to benefit and assist wounded and injured veterans. Retired U.S. Army Staff Sergeant Travis Mills, of the 82nd Airborne, lost portions of both arms and legs from an IED while on active duty in Afghanistan and now lives in Manchester.

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    Amber Dostie, left, and her daughter, Maria Dostie, of Randolph, look at the names on a soldier’s gravestone during Memorial Day ceremonies honoring 44 Civil War veterans on Monday in Chelsea’s Riverside Cemetery.

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    People attend Memorial Day ceremonies at the Civil War monument in downtown Monmouth on Monday.

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    Sgt. David Chabe plays “Taps” during Memorial Day ceremonies honoring 44 Civil War veterans at Chelsea’s Riverside Cemetery on Monday.

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    Travis Mills speaks to participants before the 4th annual Miles for Mills 5k on Monday at Cony High School in Augusta. Proceeds from the event will benefit the Travis Mills Foundation, a nonprofit organization formed to benefit and assist wounded and injured veterans. Retired U.S. Army Staff Sergeant Travis Mills, of the 82nd Airborne, lost portions of both arms and legs from an IED while on active duty in Afghanistan and now lives in Manchester.

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    Memorial Day parade marchers including veterans, politicians, marching bands, police and firefighters make their way through downtown Waterville on Monday.

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    Kids savor candy thrown to them during the Memorial Day parade in Waterville on Monday. Many commented it was one of the better attended parades.

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    Veterans salute during Memorial Day ceremonies in Waterville on Monday. From left are Don Breton, Ernie Paradis, Reginald Joler and Margaret May Lambert.

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    Dave Huard covers his heart with his cap during the Memorial Day ceremony at the end of the parade in Waterville on Monday.

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