American Civil War Memorial – Illumination and Remembrance, May 26, 7:00PM

Welcome – Ann Zwart, President Tent #109 Mary Gahan, Daughters of Union
Veterans of the Civil War 1861-1865

Master of Ceremonies – Eileen Glanzel, NaJonal Treasurer, DUVCW

Invoca2on – Carla Agonito, Chaplain, Tent #109, DUVCW

Post Ceremonial Flag – John Goloski, Commander, 148th NYVI, SVR

To The Colors – Jim Goloski, Past Commander, 148th NYVI, SVR

The Pledge of Allegiance – Eileen Glanzel, NaJonal Treasurer, DUVCW

The Star Spangled Banner –

Dale Theetge Memorial Lantern Procession – Diane Theetge, Past Dept. President – SUV Auxiliary, and family

Keynote Address – Pres. Abraham Lincoln, a.k.a. Fritz Klein

Music –

Roll Call of Waterloo Fallen – Gen. George B. McClellan, a.k.a John Goloski

G.A.R. Wreath Laying – To Be Announced

Benedic2on – Chaplain Ferris Sco\, 148th NYVI, a.k.a Marty Hillman

Taps – Jim Goloski, Past Commander, 148th NYVI, SVR

Waterloo Remembers

May 25-27, 2018

152nd Consecutive
Memorial Day Observance
May 30, 2018

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