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Memorial Day Ceremony in Ozona, TX

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Memorial Day Ceremony in Ozona, TX

Each year Ozona's citizens stop to remember the fallen veterans both past and present who have served in our military services. This solemn ceremony is held each year at the Veteran's Memorial at the Cedar Hill Cemetery south of Ozona at Quail Run and S. Hwy 163. This ceremony is always held on Memorial Day at 10:00 a.m. FMI contact Frank Tambunga at
325-392-2827.

Memorial Day Ceremony in Ozona, TX

Address : Cedar Hill Cemetery, Intersection of Quail Run & TX Hwy 163 S. Ozona TX
Phone : 325-392-2827   (Always call and confirm events.)

Email Address : ozona_imc@verizon.net

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Admission Fee : Free

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