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Rudolph ceremony honors veterans

7:53 PM, May 26, 2013
Rachel Gordon, a member of the Cranberry Valley Girl Scouts, places a flag on the grave of a soldier Sunday during a Memorial Day ceremony at All Souls Cemetery in Rudolph.
Rachel Gordon, a member of the Cranberry Valley Girl Scouts, places a flag on the grave of a soldier Sunday during a Memorial Day ceremony at All Souls Cemetery in Rudolph.
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Almost 250 people people, many of them children and teenagers, gathered at All Souls Cemetery on Sunday morning to honor those men and women who have made the ultimate sacrifice for their country.

Memorial Day is not as much a day of solemn mourning as it is a day of reverence for and celebration of those men and women who gave their lives for their country, the Rev. Chester Osowski said during the ceremony.

"Freedom is not free; it has a cost," Osowski said, "the lives of the soldiers resting here." ...

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