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Vickie Newberry of Cashmere adds water to flowers she placed on four relatives graves at the Cashmere Cemetery for Memorial Day.

Vickie Newberry of Cashmere adds water to flowers she placed on four relatives graves at the Cashmere Cemetery for Memorial Day.

Casey Stewart, 14, of Cashmere, places one of 11 casket flags at the Cashmere Cemetery from soldiers killed in action. Normally there are over 386 casket flags on display for Memorial Day, but for the first time since 2004 the chance of rain canceled their showing.

Casey Stewart, 14, of Cashmere, places one of 11 casket flags at the Cashmere Cemetery from soldiers killed in action. Normally there are over 386 casket flags on display for Memorial Day, but for the first time since 2004 the chance of rain canceled their showing.

American Legion Post 64 hosts a Memorial Day service at Cashmere Cemetery on Monday morning. The event drew between 200 and 300 people.

American Legion Post 64 hosts a Memorial Day service at Cashmere Cemetery on Monday morning. The event drew between 200 and 300 people.

U.S. Army veteran Glen Hendrickson salutes as the flag is presented during the Memorial Day service at the Cashmere Cemetery.

U.S. Army veteran Glen Hendrickson salutes as the flag is presented during the Memorial Day service at the Cashmere Cemetery.

Bonnie Sollinger of Cashmere, left, and her sister Mari Sollinger of East Wenatchee put flowers on the graves of relatives at the Cashmere Cemetery before the start of the Memorial Day ceremony.

Bonnie Sollinger of Cashmere, left, and her sister Mari Sollinger of East Wenatchee put flowers on the graves of relatives at the Cashmere Cemetery before the start of the Memorial Day ceremony.