Honor, respect paid to heroes in Calabash

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By Staff Brunswick Beacon

CALABASH—Several hundred people turned out for two Memorial Day services Monday in Calabash to remember soldiers who made the ultimate sacrifice defending freedom.

Staged by Nocha White American Legion Post 503, a sixth annual ceremony at the Calabash Fire Station kicked off with a flag-raising by a JROTC Color Guard from West Brunswick High School and featured among speakers U.S. Rep. Mike McIntyre and retired Army three-star general Joseph Kinzer.

Another Memorial Day service unfolded at the same time at Calabash Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 7288 on Carter Drive.

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