Veterans Day Ceremony set for Redwood City's Courthouse Square

Veterans Day Ceremony set for Courthouse Square

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The American Legion Post 105 and the Redwood City Downtown Lions Club will host a Veterans Day Ceremony at 11 a.m. Friday at Courthouse Square.

The event will actually kick off at 10 a.m. with a free car show, live music and live refreshments.

The ceremony commences at 11 a.m.

In honor of Veterans Day, City Hall, city libraries and administrative facilities are closed on Friday.

2022 Veterans Day Ceremony Program, starting at 11 a.m.:

Master of Ceremony, Post 105 Legionnaire Stan Maupin

Posting of the Colors
Pledge of Allegiance, American Legion Post 105 Commander George Smith

National Anthem, Katie Maupin
Invocation, American Legion Riders Chapter 105 Chaplain Edwin del Rosario

Moment of Silence & Taps
History of Veterans Day, Commander Smith

Opening Remarks, Commander Smith

Introduction of Guests, Legionnaire Maupin

Comments by California State Senator Josh Becker
& California Assembly Memberelect Diane Papan

Keynote Speaker, United States Navy Seal Lt. Joseph Molina

Veterans Day Proclamation, Mayor Giselle Hale & American Legion Auxiliary
Veterans Affairs & Rehabilitation Deputy Arlene Muller

San Mateo County Veterans Commission, San Mateo County Supervisors Warren Slocum

United States Coast Guard Flyover

Girls State & Boys State Citizens Recognition

Flag Golding Ceremony, Post 105 Legionnaire Mark Clifford, United States Volunteers, Col. Leo McArdle & Col. Tom Weismiller

“God Bless America,” Katie Maupin

Armed Forces Medley, Newark Wind Symphony

Closing Remarks, Legionnaire Maupin

Benediction, Chaplain del Rosario, “Stars and Stripes Forever,” Newark Wind Symphony