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Douglas pays tribute in Memorial Day service
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Members of the Georgia Patriot Riders and American Legion Riders provided a motorcycle escort to families who attended the Memorial Day service at Sunrise Memorial Gardens in Douglasville May 27.
Members of the Georgia Patriot Riders and American Legion Riders provided a motorcycle escort to families who attended the Memorial Day service at Sunrise Memorial Gardens in Douglasville May 27.
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Pastor Mike Adams of Zion Christian Fellowship spoke at the Memorial Day service at Sunrise Memorial Gardens. He told those gathered, ‘God is the one who causes nations to rise up or be torn down.’
Pastor Mike Adams of Zion Christian Fellowship spoke at the Memorial Day service at Sunrise Memorial Gardens. He told those gathered, ‘God is the one who causes nations to rise up or be torn down.’
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Douglasville banker Ned Fowler, who is with the Prayer Center of West Georgia, spoke about remembering those who gave the ultimate sacrifice in service to their country. ‘To forget is to dishonor,’ he said.
Douglasville banker Ned Fowler, who is with the Prayer Center of West Georgia, spoke about remembering those who gave the ultimate sacrifice in service to their country. ‘To forget is to dishonor,’ he said.
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Douglasville evangelist, singer and songwriter David Gresham performed his first national release ‘Stand Up for the Red, White and Blue’ at the Memorial Day service May 27 at Sunrise Memorial Gardens.
Douglasville evangelist, singer and songwriter David Gresham performed his first national release ‘Stand Up for the Red, White and Blue’ at the Memorial Day service May 27 at Sunrise Memorial Gardens.
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Ashley Hutchings and Lisa Quarles performed the national anthem before the group of family and friends who honored those who gave service to their country and made the ultimate sacrifice during the annual Memorial Day ceremony at Sunrise Memorial Gardens.
Ashley Hutchings and Lisa Quarles performed the national anthem before the group of family and friends who honored those who gave service to their country and made the ultimate sacrifice during the annual Memorial Day ceremony at Sunrise Memorial Gardens.
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Douglas County residents remembered the fallen during a Memorial Day program at Sunrise Memorial Gardens in Douglasville May 27.
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