POTTSTOWN PA – Under a bright sun, with temperatures in the mid-60s and only a light breeze, Pottstown area veterans and residents united Monday (May 31, 2021) at 10 a.m. in the borough’s Memorial Park to observe Memorial Day 2021. A large crowd paid homage to all those in military
Memorial Day observances in the borough, organized by the Pottstown area's many veterans' organizations, will begin Monday at 9:45 a.m. with a motorcade, followed by a Veterans Island ceremony.
A Memorial Day ceremony at Ellis Woods Cemetery was canceled this year because of coronavirus, but a group of dedicated volunteers have nonetheless decorated graves of Revolutionary Way soldiers there.
The president of Pottstown's Joint Veterans Council said Monday it had canceled its plans for a Memorial Day parade due to the pandemic, and would postpone distributing flags on veterans' graves.
With video. Today is the nation's official observance of Memorial Day. Please spend a moment thinking of and thanking those who gave their lives for our freedom.
Dozens of people gathered Monday in downtown Pottstown for a fitness workout named for, and worthy of, a military hero.
Say thanks to a soldier for his or her service. Say a prayer for those whose duty has ended.
Memorial Day ceremonies at the Pottstown church's cemetery will be held Sunday following the 8:30 a.m. worship.