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Veterans and Military Members Wanted for City Ceremonies

Rockville’s annual Veterans Day and Memorial Day ceremonies each include a member of the military as a featured speaker.

Memorial Day Parade Keynote Speaker

Rockville and Montgomery County residents who have retired from, or currently serve in, the United States military are eligible to take part in the ceremonies. The Memorial Day ceremony will be held Monday, May 29. The Veterans Day ceremony will be held Saturday, Nov. 11.

Volunteer speakers must be comfortable speaking in public and must prepare a five- to seven-minute speech about their experiences in the armed forces, including what it means to serve and to honor those who have served.

Contact Cristina Willis at 240-314-8610 or [email protected] to participate or learn more.

For video of past ceremonies, search “Memorial Day Ceremony” or “Veterans Day Ceremony” at youtube.com/cityofrockville.

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