The National Memorial Day Association of Georgia is hosting the Marietta Memorial Day Ceremony at the Marietta National Cemetery. The event takes place each Memorial Day at noon, offering a heartfelt tribute to our Veterans who valiantly served and made the ultimate sacrifice for our nation’s freedom. The ceremony promises a moving experience with patriotic melodies, the presentation of colors, prayers, a gun salute, and speeches. Veterans and the general public are invited to join in honoring our nation’s heroes.
The ceremony features the posting of the colors, symbolizing the valor and dedication of our armed forces. As we pause to remember those who have served, solemn prayers unite us in reflection and gratitude. A gun salute punctuates the proceedings, in tribute to those who have fallen in service to our nation.
Throughout the ceremony, speakers share their insights and experiences, reminding us of the resilience and courage exhibited by our Veterans. Their words echo the sentiments of a grateful nation and underscore the importance of preserving the memory of those who have contributed to our country’s legacy of freedom.
This ceremony is open to all Veterans and the general public. It is an opportunity for the community to come together to and pay our respect to those who have selflessly served our country.
Monday, May 29, 2023
Marietta National Cemetery
500 Washington Avenue Northeast
Marietta, GA 30060
For more information, please call (404) 510-4668.
About the The National Memorial Day Association of Georgia and The Avenue of Flags, Inc
The National Memorial Day Association of Georgia and The Avenue of Flags, Inc, is a registered nonprofit organization qualified under Section 501 © (3). The organization was founded on March 16, 1946, in Atlanta, Georgia. It is composed of individual Patron Members and of Member Organizations who wish to remember and honor the men and women who have served in the United States of America Armed Forces, the many who have given their lives to protect our freedom, the many who are now deceased, and those currently serving in the Armed Forces.