With the names of Milton men who died in World War II fresh on his mind, Veterans Director Kevin Cook is thrilled that the town has agreed to go ahead with an in-person ceremony for Memorial Day this year after a one-year pause.

The Select Board has approved the in-person event with the theme “Hometown Heroes,” which  will be held at Milton Cemetery starting at 11 a.m. on May 31.

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KJCOOK

Thanks for the great story. The Town of Milton was proud to hold a live ceremony last year, televised live due to COVID. This year, we will return to the Soldier's Section and welcome residents and others to join us in person at 11 am on Mon May 31st at Milton Cemetery. Thanks !!

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