Be a Part of Mosier’s Memorial Day Parade
Mosier’s annual Memorial Day Parade starts at 11:00 a.m. on Monday, May 29 at the Mosier School. The parade is open to anyone wishing to honor our veterans who died in the service of our Nation. Clubs, Scouts, individuals and other groups are encouraged; as are, antique cars, motor cycles, bicycles, etc. Or, just march with us to show appreciation for our fallen veterans.
Free coffee and donuts will be at the Post 55 Legion Hall and Mosier Library before the parade. Participants should gather on 3rd Street by the Mosier School by 10:45 for the parade to start a 11:00. We then march/ride one mile up State Rd. to the town cemetery for a memorial service. Bring your American Flag if you have one.
Since 1919, Mosier’s Post 55 has been honored to support our community, our youth, and especially our local veterans. Mosier Post 55 does more than organize the annual Memorial Day Parade and honor Veteran’s graves at the town cemetery. Some of the Post’s more recent activities include, donating the drinking fountain at the totem, installing an all access ramp at the cemetery, sponsoring a bicycle maintenance station at the Hub, providing a scholarship to the Mid-Columbia Community College, donating a fish aquarium to the Oregon Veteran’s home in The Dalles, support of our local food bank, and of course, housing the Mosier Library
All Armed Forces veterans who want to “Continue to Serve” our community and nation are encouraged to contact Post 55 at MosierAL@hotmail.com or call Kim Owen at 503-858-4020.
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