Photos by Kayse Angel 
                                Jaya and Keira Stroud salute on Memorial Day at the Tahoma National Cemetery on May 27.

Photos by Kayse Angel Jaya and Keira Stroud salute on Memorial Day at the Tahoma National Cemetery on May 27.

Community remembers the fallen

Memorial Day event hosted at Tahoma National Cemetery

The Tahoma National Cemetery hosted a Memorial Day Ceremony on Monday, May 27 to honor U.S. Military service members who died while on active duty. People from all over gathered at the cemetery on that day. The ceremony itself consisted of guest speakers recalling memories of their loved ones who were on active duty when they died. There was also an American flag on every grave stone in the cemetery.

American flags line the Tahoma National Cemetery during Memorial Day on May 27.

American flags line the Tahoma National Cemetery during Memorial Day on May 27.

American flags line the Tahoma National Cemetery during Memorial Day on May 27.

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