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September 20, 2018

Hannibal Marks Memorial Day, Plans For Saturday Celebration


Friend of the website Jim Terrinoni sends us these photos from Hannibal’s Memorial Day ceremonies, for which we thank him.

VFW colorguard at Memorial Day Ceremonies, Hannibal Village Square, Hannibal. From left to right: Joe Murphy, Dick Farrel, Bob Flack, Steve Cooper, Dan Mahaney, Jack Zukovsky (hidden on left of Snyder), who is holding the Missing in Action flag, and Harry Snyder. Harry Snyder represented Fair Haven VFW #658; the other six members represented Hannibal VFW #1552. Photography by Jim Terrinoni.

VFW colorguard at Memorial Day Ceremonies, Hannibal Village Square, Hannibal. From left to right: Joe Murphy, Dick Farrel, Bob Flack, Steve Cooper, Dan Mahaney, Jack Zukovsky (hidden on left of Snyder), who is holding the Missing in Action flag, and Harry Snyder. Harry Snyder represented Fair Haven VFW #658; the other six members represented Hannibal VFW #1552. Photography by Jim Terrinoni.

Hannibal High School Band and Alumni performing before the Memorial Day ceremonies in Hannibal's Village Square under the direction of High School Band Director Shirley Terrinoni. Several band alumni played alongside the students. Photography: Jim Terrinoni

Hannibal High School Band and Alumni performing before the Memorial Day ceremonies in Hannibal's Village Square under the direction of High School Band Director Shirley Terrinoni. Several band alumni played alongside the students. Photography: Jim Terrinoni

The ceremony kicks off a week of events in the village. Here’s a note from Hannibal’s County Legislator, Terry Wilbur: “There will be a ribbon cutting ceremony for the Hannibal Community Park at 1:00 p.m. on Saturday, June 5th. The park is located on the Hannibal Municipal Hall grounds. The event will include concerts by local performers, multiple raffles and free refreshments.

Throughout the past two years the Hannibal Community has been working on building the community park. The park is currently home to a skate park, picnic pavilion, and garden gazebo. This is the perfect place in the Hannibal community to take a moment and enjoy Hannibal.”

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