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On Memorial Day, American Legion Remembers the USVI’s Fallen

American Legion members came out to commemorate the territory’s fallen service members over this weekend. Every year, hundreds of flags at the Kingshill Veterans’ Cemetery are changed on Memorial Day weekend by members of the American Legion Post 102 and Auxiliary Unit 102.

Auxiliary Unit 102 Members, from left: Lucy Rodriguez, Griselle Torres and Ava Harvey place flag at the Kingshill Veterans’ Cemetery on Sunday. (Image provided by Cenita Heywood on behalf of American Legion Post 102)
Post 102 Commander Secundino Roman-Cruz and Vice-Commander Annie Day Henry prepare to place flags at the Kingshill Veterans’ Cemetery on Sunday. (Image provided by Cenita Heywood on behalf of American Legion Post 102)
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