KANEOHE, Hawaii (AP) - Gov. Neil Abercrombie will be honoring military members, veterans and their families at a Memorial Day ceremony at the Hawaii State Veterans Cemetery.
Monday's event at the Kaneohe cemetery will feature a parade of flags and presentation of lei from various veterans' organizations.
Abercrombie and other state officials will place the state wreath at the cemetery's Memorial Plaza Monument. A second wreath will be placed at the monument by the commanders of each military service of the U.S. Pacific Command.
The Hawaii Air National Guard honor guard will perform a rifle salute.
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