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Downtown Phoenix to host ceremony to commemorate Pearl Harbor attack

Posted 12/7/23

Residents are invited to commemorate the 82nd anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor with a gathering this Saturday in downtown Phoenix.

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Downtown Phoenix to host ceremony to commemorate Pearl Harbor attack

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Residents are invited to commemorate the 82nd anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor with a gathering this Saturday in downtown Phoenix.

There will be a ceremonial laying of wreaths, a WWII biplane flyover, a 21-gun salute, and more to honor those lost in the attack. The event starts at noon on Saturday, Dec. 9 at Wesley Bolin Amphitheater, 1700 W. Washington St., in front of the Arizona State Capitol complex.

American Legion Post 138 is supporting the event.

The day's keynote speaker is U.S. Army veteran Ian Parkinson, and award-winning artist Mary Millben will be singing the National Anthem.