On May 26, the KP Veterans will host the 2013 Aisle of Honor and Memorial Program, a public ceremony, at the Vaughn cemetery at 1 p.m Photo by Hugh McMillan, KP News

On May 26, the Key Peninsula Veterans will host its annual Aisle of Honor event at the Vaughn Bay Cemetery, showcasing more than 320 flags that will be flying from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Organizers say there will be a public ceremony starting at 1 p.m. with a special guest speaker. The program includes the U.S. Navy band from Bremerton, a U.S. Honor Guard from Joint Base Lewis-McChord and musical selections from the Northwest Pipe and Drum team and other local talents.

A roll call of military veterans whose flags are flying in review at cemetery will be recited during the ceremony.

Golf carts and handicapped facilities will be available for the disabled. Local Boy Scout Troop 220 and Cub Scout Pack 222, as well as many other community members, will lend their assistance to transport, raise, lower and fold the flags being displayed.

The Vaughn Bay Cemetery is located at the corner of 100th Street KPN and 186th Avenue. KPN and can be reached by following “Aisle of Honor” road signs along SR-302 and Key Peninsula Highway.

For information, visit kpveterans.net or call (253) 884-9852.

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