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2009-06-04 / Community News

Memorial Day Barbecue Dinner


More than 100 people attended the Memorial Day Barbecue Dinner provided by members of the American Legion in Lexington last week. The turn out was excellent, considering this was the first time the former military service members held this event, meant entirely to honor those men and women who served this great country. ALL PHOTOS BY LEIF HASSKARL. More than 100 people attended the Memorial Day Barbecue Dinner provided by members of the American Legion in Lexington last week. The turn out was excellent, considering this was the first time the former military service members held this event, meant entirely to honor those men and women who served this great country. ALL PHOTOS BY LEIF HASSKARL. The patriotic event started with proud Americans reciting in unison the Pledge of Allegiance. The patriotic event started with proud Americans reciting in unison the Pledge of Allegiance. Bobbie Rodgers, Commander of the Lexington Post, is seen standing near a table and flags honoring those missing in action. He is reading an explanation of each item on the table and surrounding it. This is a moving presentation that most military men and women are very familiar with. Bobbie Rodgers, Commander of the Lexington Post, is seen standing near a table and flags honoring those missing in action. He is reading an explanation of each item on the table and surrounding it. This is a moving presentation that most military men and women are very familiar with. At the left, the ladies who worked very hard to help prepare the meal for the guests of the Legion. At the right, Pat Rao visits with many who attended. At the bottom left, the crowd slowly but surely makes its way through the food line and finds a seat. At the bottom right, Mary Stifflemire also visits with neighbors and friends in attendance. At the left, the ladies who worked very hard to help prepare the meal for the guests of the Legion. At the right, Pat Rao visits with many who attended. At the bottom left, the crowd slowly but surely makes its way through the food line and finds a seat. At the bottom right, Mary Stifflemire also visits with neighbors and friends in attendance.

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