8:00am Korean War Memorial- Main St. and Riverfront Drive., Mankato
8:30am Veterans Memorial Place- Veterans Memorial Ct., Mankato
12:10pm Vietnam Memorial – Stoltzman Road, Mankato
1:00pm WWII Memorial – Wheeler Park, North Mankato
2:00pm Boy in Blue Civil War Memorial – Lincoln Park, Mankato
American Legion Post 11, SAL, Legion Auxiliary, Voiture 281 of the 40 and 8, Boy Scout Troop 4:
9:00am Pioneer Cemetery
9:30am Calvary Cemetery
11:00am Woodland Hills Cemetery
Walter Strand VFW Post 950 and Auxiliary:
9:00am Mount Olivet Cemetery
9:30am Glenwood Cemetery
10:15am Decoria Cemetery
10:45am Minneopa Cemetery
American Legion Post 518, SAL and Auxiliary:
9:00am Rapidan Memorial Park
10:00am Kerns Cemetery, Belgrade Township
2:00pm Swedish Cemetery
Morson Ario VFW 9713, Lyle C. Pearson, Sr. DAV Chapter 10, Forrest G. James Detachment #589 Marine Corps League, National Guard and Auxiliaries:
9:00am Pilgrims Rest Cemetery
10:00am Kasota Cemetery
11:00am Pathstone Living Center
11:35am WWI Memorial, Sibley Park
10:30am Memorial Day Ceremony at Minnesota Square Park on Highway 169 South
All are invited to attend the Memorial Day ceremony in Minnesota Square Park. The St. Peter High School Band and Govenaires will provide music.
The speaker will be Stephen Whitehead, the first junior vice commander for Disabled American Veterans. Whitehead is a native of Odin, and is adjutant for state Disabled American Veterans. He serves with the Minnesota Army National Guard as a command sergeant major.
9:30am – 11am Memorial Day Celebration
Parade starts at the Waseca County Court House, heading south on State St for one block, then heading east for two blocks, then north for a block, and back to the Court House.
The Waseca High School Marching Band, Color Guards from various Waseca Veterans organizations, scouts, and Waseca Fire will participate.
Program will start shortly after the parade. John Hanson is this year’s speaker. The Waseca High sextets will also perform.