New Names To be Included At Downtown Veteran's Memorial

During Monday’s Memorial Day observance in Altoona, members of the military from Blair County who have died in recent years in service of their country will be honored with a special ceremony.
Kenneth Hollen, President of the Central PA National Guard Veterans Association explains.

Hollen says nine new names will be read and a bell rung after each, as part of the ceremony which will be held following the traditional downtown parade.

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