BROOKLINE— The Town of Brookline is pleased to invite residents to the town’s annual Veterans Day Program on Wednesday.
Wednesday, Nov. 11 at 11 a.m.
World War Monument at the Brookline Town Hall, 333 Washington St.
- Representatives of the American Legion
- Representatives of Veterans of Foreign Wars
- Representatives of Brookline Veterans Services
- Representative of the Brookline Board of Selectman
- State Representative Tommy Vitolo
- Acting Police Chief Mark Morgan
- Members of the Brookline Police and Fire Departments
Residents are invited to attend Brookline’s annual Veterans Day Program next week, and join various town officials, veterans, veterans groups and the general public in honoring local veterans for their service.
The annual program is organized by Brookline Veterans Services and will feature speeches from local veterans, including Mark Morgan, Acting Chief of Police. A representative of the Brookline Board of Selectmen will also speak at the ceremony.
The program will also include a placing of the wreath of thanks and salute as well as a moment of silence. Additionally, the Arthur Hurley Memorial Award and the Veterans Service Award will be presented.
Due to COVID-19, participants will be required to wear a cloth face covering and practice social distancing.
Brookline Interactive Group will broadcast the event at a later date.