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PHOTOS: Honoring veterans at Rosebud Cemetery

Volunteers young and old showed up to Rosebud Cemetery in Glenwood Springs on Friday afternoon to honor the fallen veterans by placing flags at their graves in preparation for Memorial Day weekend. Services for Memorial Day will be at 11 a.m. at Rosebud on Monday.

10-year-old Ethan Glenn helps place flags at the graves of veterans in preparation for Memorial Day weekend at Rosebud Cemetery on Friday afternoon.
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Emma(10) and Gus Plant help place flags at the graves of veterans in preparation for Memorial Day weekend at Rosebud Cemetery on Friday afternoon.
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10-year-old Ethan Glenn helps place flags at the graves of veterans in preparation for Memorial Day weekend at Rosebud Cemetery on Friday afternoon.
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Volunteers rolled into Rosebud Cemetery on Friday afternoon to help place over 650 flags at the graves of veterans in preparation of Memorial Day.
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Cub scouts Ethan Glenn and Micah Erickson head off to help place flags at the graves of veterans in preparation for Memorial Day weekend at Rosebud Cemetery on Friday afternoon.
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13-year-old John Sanders helps places a flag at the grave of veteran in preparation for Memorial Day weekend at Rosebud Cemetery on Friday afternoon.
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Karin White helps place flags at the graves of veterans in preparation for Memorial Day weekend at Rosebud Cemetery on Friday afternoon.
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People work together to locate and place flags at the graves of veterans in preparation for Memorial Day weekend at Rosebud Cemetery on Friday afternoon.
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Visual Journalist Chelsea Self can be reached at 970-384-9108 or cself@postindependent.com


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