|Left to Right: Harry Lee McCaskill and Jerry Neal prepare to lay a memorial wreath at the Bradley County Memorial Marker on the Courthouse Lawn.|
|First United Methodist Church Pastor Gary Harrison delivers message to the audience at the Memorial Day Service.|
A crowd gathered at 10:30 a.m. on the courthouse lawn at the Memorial Marker to honor deceased from World War I to the present. The program began with RDeWayne Banks leading those gathered in the singing of the National Anthem. After reciting the Pledge of Allegiance, veterans Jerry Neal and Harry Lee McCaskill placed a wreath at the Memorial Monument. Mr. Banks then led the audience in singing "God Bless America". The program concluded with TAPS.
|Carol Rudder, Regent of DAR|
At 11:00 a.m., an even larger crowd gathered inside First United Methodist Church for a Memorial Day Program. Pastor Gary Harrison welcomed the attendees and directed them to join in a moment of silence. Paster Harrison spoke Memorial Day remarks to the congregation. The audience sang "My Country Tis of Thee" before Caol Rudder, Regent of the Daughters of the American Revolution of Bradley County spoke to those gathered about the work of the DAR. After singing "God Bless America, Pastor Harrison gave a closing prayer followed by the playing of TAPS.