Located in Town Square, the World War I Memorial lists the names of 27 men who made the supreme sacrifice for their country. It was dedicated on November 11, 1921. Ceremonies included a parade complete with a brass band, ex-servicemen in uniform, and the Red Cross. There were 1,500 people in attendance. Since then, the memorial has served as the focal point for the Town and an annual Veterans Day parade which is among the largest in the State.
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