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'Today, It Is Our Privilege To Say Thank You'

Pictures and words from Lexington's annual Veterans Day observances.

With wreaths laid throughout Lexington Center, the parade wounds its way back to Cary Hall, where essays were read, flowers were handed out and service songs played.

It was all part of Lexington’s annual Veterans Day observances, which as Suzie Barry from the Town Celebrations Committee put it, is the town’s way of showing appreciation for those who’ve paid the high cost of freedom.

“Today, it is our privilege to say ‘Thank You,’” Barry said.

 

Click through the photos above and read the captions for more on the Veterans Day observances.

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