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Saluting our fallen veterans












Members of Colonel Ben Caudill Camp of the Sons of Confederate Veterans reacted after a Civil War replica cannon was fired during a Memorial Day service at the Letcher County Veterans Memorial Museum in Whitesburg.

Members of Colonel Ben Caudill Camp of the Sons of Confederate Veterans reacted after a Civil War replica cannon was fired during a Memorial Day service at the Letcher County Veterans Memorial Museum in Whitesburg.

Timmy Bates paid tribute by visiting the veterans memorial at the Letcher County Courthouse. (Photo by Ronna Miles)

Timmy Bates paid tribute by visiting the veterans memorial at the Letcher County Courthouse. (Photo by Ronna Miles)

Darrell Holbrook, secretary of the Letcher County Veterans Memorial Museum, played “The Star-Spangled Banner” on a bugle during the ceremony held Monday afternoon.

Darrell Holbrook, secretary of the Letcher County Veterans Memorial Museum, played “The Star-Spangled Banner” on a bugle during the ceremony held Monday afternoon.

The Honor Guard of VFW Post 9600 from Pound, Va., traveled to Whitesburg to give a 21-gun salute during a Memorial Day service at the Letcher County Veterans Memorial Museum on Monday afternoon.

The Honor Guard of VFW Post 9600 from Pound, Va., traveled to Whitesburg to give a 21-gun salute during a Memorial Day service at the Letcher County Veterans Memorial Museum on Monday afternoon.

Whitesburg Mayor James W. Craft spoke during the Memorial Day service at the Veterans Memorial Museum.

Whitesburg Mayor James W. Craft spoke during the Memorial Day service at the Veterans Memorial Museum.

Members of the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) Pine Mountain Chapter posed for a photo after the Memorial Day service at the Letcher County Veterans Memorial Museum in Whitesburg. Pictured from left are Merlene Day, Marsha Banks, Vernelle Mullins, Sally Caudill and Kaye Combs Moore.

Members of the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) Pine Mountain Chapter posed for a photo after the Memorial Day service at the Letcher County Veterans Memorial Museum in Whitesburg. Pictured from left are Merlene Day, Marsha Banks, Vernelle Mullins, Sally Caudill and Kaye Combs Moore.

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