A group of about two dozen people spent Sunday morning placing flags at the Oakdale Cemetery.
An avenue of flags leads visitors through the 26-acre Oakdale Cemetery, past the monument honoring Civil War veterans - just across the way from the final resting place of a Nebraska governor.
There are more than 120 large flags lining the roads while more than 150 smaller flags can be seen throughout the cemetery placed beside the many veterans buried in Oakdale.
10 a.m., Orchard Cemetery
10:30 a.m., Royal Cemetery
8:00 a.m., Breakfast for all persons taking part in the ceremony and all past members and/or their spouses.
9:30 a.m, St. Mary’s Catholic Cemetery
10 a.m., Tilden City Cemetery 10:30 a.m., Meadow Grove Victory Park
10:30 a.m., River Bridge
10:45 a.m., Clearwater cemetery
Lunch, Free will donation lunch to be served after Memorial Day program.
10:00 a.m., Laurel Hill Cemetery
11:15 a.m., Oakdale Cemetery
10 a.m., Park Center Cemetery
11 a.m.,Elgin Cemetery
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