South Portland resident Kenneth Marston, who served in the U.S. Air Force from 1964 to 1968, reads names of deceased members of the military at a Memorial Day ceremony at the Mill Creek Park Service Monument in South Portland. The ceremony followed the city's annual parade on Broadway.
Cape Elizabeth Lions Club member Paul Gentilini hands candy to his son, Jack, while helping carry the flag during the Memorial Day parade in Cape Elizabeth. The parade along Ocean House Road ended with a ceremony and wreath laying at the War Veterans Memorial on Scott Dyer Road.
Jessica Booth, sons Spencer and Oliver, and husband John watch the Scarborough Memorial Day parade Monday, May 27, on Route 1.
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