Fayetteville National Cemetery Honors Fallen Heroes In Memorial Day Ceremony

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FAYETTEVILLE (KFSM) -- The Fayetteville National Cemetery held a Memorial Day Ceremony to honor those who have served their country.

The event was localized for those have also been interred at The Fayetteville National Cemetery since last year's event.

"I think it's just nice to come visit all of the veterans that fight for our country," said Derrick Collins. "It's good to appreciate them, because they're here in spirit."

The event also featured British Mountains Brass Band and a variety of patriotic music. Commander Bobbi Doorenbos of the 188th Wing of the Arkansas National Guard also gave an address.

Wreaths from various organizations and non-profits were also on display. The cemetery said a team of 100-300 volunteers prepared for the event.

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