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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, Nov. 18, 2015 1B INSIDE SECTION B: EDITORIAL OPINIONS UPCOMING EVENTS Commander Troy Biggs from the Portola Veterans of Foreign War Post 3758 plays "Taps" following a 21-gun salute as other members stand to honor and remember at the Veterans Day event held at the Portola Cemetery on Nov. 11. From left, Commander/Bugler Troy Biggs, Floyd Lewis, Tom Hervey, Dave Rudolph, Rick Glenn, Pat Fruchtenicht, Don Davis and Steve Ross. Photo by Susan Jacobson The local American Legion Veterans Chapter leads down Main Street. Photo by Maggie We/Is the annual Veterans Day parade Members of Girl Scout Troop 96 show their thanks by serving 24 breakfasts to veterans during the scouts' event in Portola on Veterans Day. Photo by Susan Jacobson Marsha Roby leads her community choir and those assembled in singing the national anthem as well as "America the Beautiful.~ Photo by Maggie Wells ii;~i/i i~i;i~i ii~ ~!: ~ / Paul Bianco shares poignant stories and words of respect during the Veterans Day forum held at the Mohawk community Resource Center in 81~ rsden on Nov. 11. Photo by susan Jacobson The Greenville High School band leads the Veterans Day parade crowd in a medley of traditional patriotic songs on Nov. 11 in downtown Greenville. Photo by Maggie Wells