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Riders seek donations for wreaths program

10:42 AM, Oct. 18, 2013
Ray McSherry lays a wreath.
Ray McSherry lays a wreath.
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At 11 a.m. Dec. 14, thousands of wreaths will be placed on veterans' graves all across America, coinciding with the laying of wreaths at Arlington National Cemetery. This mission is sponsored by Wreaths Across America whose motto this year is "To remember, honor and teach about the service and sacrifices of our veterans, active military and their families. We will never forget."

Morrill Worcester, founder of the Worcester Wreath Co., donates thousands of wreaths each year to Arlington Cemetery and cemeteries located near his hometown. More information can be gained about the Wreaths ...

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