eterans Day is a day to remember everyone who ever wore a uniform. Memorial Day honors the ones who never made it home. The weather’s usually spectacular, which makes the remembrance of the sacrifices that much more poignant. So, come uptown and watch the parade; drink a beer or two; fire up the grill; toss the Frisbee around; but remember.
Mt. Lebanon’s Memorial Day celebration begins at 8:30 a.m. with a service at the Veterans’ Memorial on Cedar Boulevard. Guest speaker is U.S. Army Col. (retired) Carmen Digiacomo. A parade follows, ending in Mt. Lebanon Cemetery.