The Memorial Day Parade and Ceremony is Monday, May 27, beginning promptly at 9 a.m. with the parade line-up at 8 at the Waldoboro Town Municipal parking lot.
The parade will cross over Route 1 and follow down Jefferson Street, right on Main Street down the hill to the monument at Pine Street.
Veterans from campaigns in World War II, Korea, Vietnam, Dessert Storm, Afghanistan and Iraq wars are invited to participate.
Also included will be the Lincoln County Color Guard, Waldoboro Legion Color Guard, police department, fire department marchers, fire and emergency vehicles, Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts and vintage cars and trucks.
Medomak Valley High School Band, directed by Peter Stewart, will also be marching in the parade playing select songs and "Taps" at the monument.
This year's speaker is Donna A. Wallace, Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Air Force, Medical Service Corp., Retired.
Singing the National Anthem will be Addison Vermillion from Waldoboro. She will also lead everyone in "God Bless America" at the conclusion of the ceremony.
Ceremony Invocation will be given by Pastor Tom Rawley, Waldoboro Word of Life Church.
Decorated wreaths will be placed at the Town Office Monument, the Old Library Monument, and The Pine Street Monument. Town Clerk Linda Perry, will carry a wreath in the parade to toss into the Medomak River.
Students are invited to march in the parade with decorated bicycles, scooters, or wagons in red, white and blue theme or if students would like to walk in the parade holding a flag donated by the American legion are welcome to do so.
They look forward to seeing everyone at this year's parade and ceremony.