Watertown Remembers Attacks on Pearl Harbor

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Peter Centola

Watertown held a commemoration of the anniversary of the attacks on Pearl Harbor on Friday. The Watertown Fire Department Honor Guard bowed the flags as a wreath was placed in the Charles River.

Watertown held a commemoration of the anniversary of the attacks on Pearl Harbor on Friday. The Watertown Fire Department Honor Guard bowed the flags as a wreath was placed in the Charles River.

Watertown’s veterans marked the 78th anniversary of the attacks on Pearl Harbor with a ceremony on Friday afternoon.

Watertown veterans came out to honor the memory of those lost at Pearl Harbor in 1941.

The ceremony took place at the Watertown Dock, in Watertown Square where Watertown’s Veterans Services Officer Patrick George addressed those in attendance.

The ceremony was joined by the Watertown Fire Department’s Honor Guard.

Watertown Veterans Service Officer Patrick George speaks during the Pearl Harbor Commemoration ceremony at the Watertown Dock.

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