The Scottish Highland Bagpipes open the Memorial Day observance at Resthaven Gardens of Memory in 2015.
The Scottish Highland Bagpipes open the Memorial Day observance at Resthaven Gardens of Memory in 2015. Jaime Green File photo
The Scottish Highland Bagpipes open the Memorial Day observance at Resthaven Gardens of Memory in 2015. Jaime Green File photo
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