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PHOTOS: 2022 Memorial Day Ceremony at Rosebud Cemetery

Members of the public and hundreds of riders with the non-profit Memorial Day Riders rolled into Rosebud Cemetery on Monday morning to honor fallen veterans at the annual Memorial Day Ceremony.

A Memorial Day Rider kneels during the opening prayer of the Memorial Day ceremony at Rosebud Cemetery on Monday.
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A Memorial Day Rider parks her bike with other riders at the start of the Memorial Day Ceremony at Rosebud Cemetery in Glenwood Springs.
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Members of the Glenwood Springs High School Air Force Junior ROTC lead the salute to the dead at the conclusion of Monday's Memorial Day Ceremony at Rosebud Cemetery.
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The Memorial Day Riders salute the flag during the lowering of the colors at Monday's Memorial Day Ceremony at Rosebud Cemetery.
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A young boy watches as the Memorial Day Riders leave Rosebud Cemetery at the conclusion of Monday's Memorial Day ceremony.
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A Marine Corps recruit lowers the colors at Monday's Memorial Day Ceremony at Rosebud Cemetery.
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Members of the Memorial Day Riders bow their heads in prayer during the benediction at Monday's Memorial Day Ceremony at Rosebud Cemetery.
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Julie Ireland sings the National Anthem at Monday's Memorial Day Ceremony at Rosebud Cemetery.
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Three French bulldogs hang out in the grass during Monday's Memorial Day Ceremony at Rosebud Cemetery.
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People bow their heads during the opening prayer at Monday's Memorial Day ceremony at Rosebud Cemetery.
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Memorial Day Rider founder Joaquin Garcia leads the Memorial Day ceremony at Rosebud Cemetery on Monday morning.
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Visual Journalist Chelsea Self can be reached at 970-384-9108 or cself@postindependent.com.


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