Memorial Day program at Senior Center honored fallen warriors

Saturday, May 25, 2019

Honor guard from Naval Station Everett presents the flag
Photo by Jerry Pickard

On Friday, May 24, 2019 the Shoreline/Lake Forest Park Senior Center 18560 1st Ave NE, Shoreline 98155 held a MEMORIAL DAY TRIBUTE luncheon to honor those who gave their life while serving our country.

Captain Michael Davis, right, delivered the keynote address
Gen. Ray Coffee of American Legion Post 227 on the left
Photo by Jerry Pickard

The keynote speaker was Captain Michael F. Davis, Commanding Officer, Naval Station Everett.

Col. Roger Horner, Ret.
Photo by Jerry Pickard

Captain Davis was introduced by Col. Roger Horn, Ret.

Commander Richard B. White, Post 227
Photo by Jerry Pickard

Richard B. White, Commander, American Legion Starr Sutherland Post 227, gave remarks.

Center Director Theresa LaCroix thanked everyone for attending and expressed her appreciation to Naval Station Everett for once again participating in the Memorial Day ceremony at the Center.

Artist Michael Reagan of Edmonds was there with a display of his Fallen Heroes Project. Reagan makes drawings of fallen soldiers from their photos and presents them to their families. He and his project are nationally known.

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