Published June 10. 2021 12:36PM
Area veterans remembered the fallen and departed in observances at cemeteries throughout Emmaus borough May 30. The annual observance is presented by the Emmaus Veterans Committee. ABOVE: Aditya Nemani performs taps at Lutheran and Reformed Cemetery.
PRESS PHOTOS BY C. RICHARD CHARTRAND Flags mark veterans' graves in God's Acre. The residents of the village that would become Emmaus borough were interred at the site from 1743 to 1868, according to the Emmaus Public Library website.
A prayer is offered at Lutheran and Reformed Cemetery.
A 21-gun salute honors the departed.
The Emmaus Veterans Committee honor guard presents a gun salute at Northwood Cemetery.