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  1. Manchester Parks Photo Contest

    May 22, 2020 - May 31, 2020 @ Online contest

    Calling all photographers - amateur, professional, or otherwise! Grab your smartphone camera, DSLR, or anything else you use to take pictures and snap some gorgeous photos of our parks for a chance to win some prizes AND for your photo to be the new cover photo for all of our social media profiles! You do NOT have to be a Manchester resident to participate, so spread the word to your friends and participate together. Starting May 22nd, email your photo along with your name and address to communications@manchestermo.gov by the end of the day on May 31st. After the deadline has passed, all entries will be posted on our social media for the community to vote on. The deadline to vote on your favorite photo is June 7th. Small prizes will be awarded to those in first, second, and third place. Additionally, the first place photo will become the new Manchester Parks, Recreation, & Arts cover photo on Facebook and Twitter.

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  1. Flags of Valor Display - Memorial Day

    May 25, 2020, All Day @ Margaret Stoecker Park

    The Manchester Flags of Valor collection will be displayed on Memorial Day, May 25th. Manchester has a proud collection of Flags of Valor. Part of the 15th anniversary display entitled “America’s Heartland Remembers,” these 26 American flags were some of the more than 7000 flying in remembrance on Art Hill in 2016, each flag an individualized tribute to a military hero who lost their life in the “War on Terror.” Also part of this important collection, an American flag that flew in the center circle of the 2016 Art Hill installation in honor of those heroes that lost their lives to PTSD, a recognition that the casualties of war occur on and off the battlefield. The Flags of Valor are displayed at the Veterans Memorial today.

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  2. Memorial Day

    May 25, 2020, All Day

    All offices closed

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  3. Memorial Day Service

    May 25, 2020, 10:00 AM @ Margaret Stoecker Park

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  4. Memorial Day Virtual Ceremony

    May 25, 2020, 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM @ Margaret Stoecker Park

    Even though we aren’t able to come together to honor Virtual Memorial Day and reflect, we still hope you’re able to tune in to our Memorial Day Virtual Ceremony. Please join us for a livestreamed Memorial Day ceremony on May 25th honoring those who gave it all for our country and our freedom. During the ceremony, Mayor Mike Clement and Veterans Commission member James Francis will be reading the names of loved ones submitted by residents of the City. To submit the name of a loved one to be read during the ceremony, please click the following link: https://forms.gle/VVQKdUNS9ysRB1Dq9 Schedule of events: Live recording begins at 10AM Walkthrough of the Memorial, acknowledging the Flags of Valor, including the one for PTSD and Spc. Matthew Walker. Invocation from James Francis Mayor Mike Clement reads the Memorial Day Proclamation James Francis and Mayor Mike Clement to read the names of veterans The playing of Taps by Chris Becker The ceremony ends with the final

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