Wildomar hosts first-ever virtual Memorial Day ceremony

Wildomar hold a virtual Memorial Day ceremony Monday, May 25, as members of Wildomar Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 1508 ring a bell to honor fallen community members who died while serving in the country’s armed services. Valley News/Courtesy photo
Wildomar Mayor Dustin Nigg served as the master of ceremonies for the city’s virtual Memorial Day services, held Monday, May 25, at the Wildomar Cemetery.The Rev. Ron Baum, pastor of Cornerstone Community Church, gave the opening prayer.“From wherever you’re gathered today, let me invite you to pause and bow your heads and pray together,” Baum said. “Heavenly father, we are grateful that even in times like these that we can gather, by technology. Because it’s a day like today that we want to remember those that have served us well.”Members of the Wildomar Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 1508 performed the presentation of colors.Wildomar Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 1508 hangs a wreath of remembranc
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