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A flag for a soldier

Over 3800 flags mark the grave sites of veterans in the Greenwood Cemetery thanks to volunteers and students from the Superior Middle School. Crews spent Thursday morning and part of the afternoon placing flags at grave sites in at least four cem...

Memorial Day set up
Ellen Oakes, left, of the Douglas County Veterans Service Office, helps Superior seventh graders, from left, Andrew Rocklin, Austin Salo and Brian Walmin locate and place flags at the gravesites of veterans in the Greenwood Cemetery in Superior on Thursday morning for the upcoming Memorial Day celebration on Monday. Superior Middle School students and other volunteers placed over 3800 flags in the Greenwood Cemetery alone on Thursday. (Jed Carlson/jcarlson@superiortelegram.com)

Over 3800 flags mark the grave sites of veterans in the Greenwood Cemetery thanks to volunteers and students from the Superior Middle School. Crews spent Thursday morning and part of the afternoon placing flags at grave sites in at least four cemeteries in the area on Thursday to prepare for the upcoming Memorial Day celebration on Monday.

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