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News Release

City of Moreno Valley to Host Memorial Day Ceremony on May 28

For immediate release: May 13, 2018

Memorial Day

The City of Moreno Valley will host the 11th Annual Memorial Day Ceremony on Monday, May 28 to honor the sacrifices of our military men and women who selflessly laid down their lives defending our freedoms.

“It is important for the community to come together to honor the sacrifices made by our service men and women, and their families,” said Mayor Yxstian Gutierrez. “As a nation and as a community, we must always remember the high price of freedom - and those who paid that very dear price."

Memorial Day Ceremony

Monday, May 28
2 pm
Veterans Memorial
Moreno Valley Civic Center
14177 Frederick Street
Moreno Valley

Mayor Gutierrez will preside over the Memorial Day Ceremony at the Veterans Memorial at 2 p.m. The Veterans Memorial is located at the Moreno Valley Civic Center, 14177 Frederick Street, between the Conference and Recreation Center and the Public Safety Building.

Colonel Matthew J. Burger, 452nd Air Mobility Wing, Air Force Reserve Command, March Air Reserve Base, will deliver the keynote address.

Other special guests will include:

  • Mayor Pro Tem Victoria Baca
  • Council Member Jeffrey Giba
  • Council Member David Marquez
  • Council Member Ulises Cabrera
  • Blue Eagles Total Force Honor Guard
  • Moreno Valley Master Chorale
  • Student Speaker, Malia Hernandez, Vista Heights Middle School
  • Vocalist, Bernard Dafney, Sandals Church

A reception with light refreshments and a display of student artwork in honor of fallen heroes will be held immediately after the ceremony.

For more information about the Memorial Day Ceremony and other events, please visit the City of Moreno Valley events page.


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