Memorial Day Observance

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Event# 928-778-5988

Event Details

Patriotic ceremony honoring those who died protecting the U.S. Also honored are those who served our country then moved to this area to establish & develop the Arizona Territory & later the newly formed state. The rest of the more than 2,500 pioneers interred at the cemetery are also honored at this patriotic ceremony. 9AM.

Memorial Day Observance

Address : Citizens Cemetery, 815 E Sheldon Street Prescott AZ
Phone : 928-778-5988   (Always call and confirm events.)

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