Town Administrator Chas Carey and Brookline Veterans’ Services Director William T. McGroarty wish to invite community members to the Town of Brookline’s annual Veterans Day Ceremony.

Friday, Nov. 11, beginning at 11 a.m.

World War Monument at Brookline Town Hall, 333 Washington St.

Representatives of the American Legion
Representatives of Veterans of Foreign Wars
Representatives of Brookline Veterans’ Services
State Rep. Tommy Vitolo
Members of the Brookline Police and Fire Departments
Community members are invited to attend the Town of Brookline’s annual Veterans Day Ceremony and join various town officials, veterans, veterans’ groups, and the general public in honoring local veterans for their service.

The annual event is organized by Brookline Veterans’ Services, and Director McGroarty will preside over the ceremony. The event will feature a speech from Gregory Taylor, a member of the American Legion Post 11, Vietnam War Veteran, and Bronze Star recipient.

Town Administrator Carey will deliver remarks, and Rep. Vitolo will deliver a proclamation from the House of Representatives.

Additionally, the ceremony will include a placing of a wreath of thanks and salute, a moment of silence, and a presentation of the Arthur Hurley Memorial Award and the Veterans Service Award.

The Veterans Day collation will be held immediately following the ceremony.

On the day of the event, Brookline Interactive Group will broadcast the ceremony hourly, starting at 6 p.m and ending at 10 p.m on Comcast channel 23, as well as RCN channels 15 and 613 in HD.