Published Date Written by Tom EastmanCONWAY — The community will honor veterans with Memorial Day services throughout Mount Washington Valley. MADISON: May 28 • 8 a.m.: American Legion Post 46 Honor Guard meets at Lyman Cemetery in Madison for observances and to decorate veterans' graves. • 8 a.m.: Madison Old Home Week Committee is sponsoring their annual Memorial Day Breakfast at the Madison Fire Station. FMI: 367-8656. • 9 a.m.: Madison Memorial Day parade starts at Madison Church on Route 113. The parade will go to the Gilman Cemetery on East Madison Road. American Legion Post 46 Honor Guard and Legion Riders to participate. CONWAY: May 28 • 11 a.m. American Legion Post 46 Honor Guard to do gun salute and prayer services at the Honor Roll at Kennett High Middle School in Conway. • 11:30 a.m.: Post 46 to meet with veterans at Greenbriar housing on Washington Street in Conway. • 12 noon: Post 46 memorial service at Conway Cemetery off Washington Street. • 1 p.m.: Post 46 visits with veterans at Mineral Springs Rehabilitation. FRYEBURG: May 27 The sixth annual Memorial Weekend Concert featuring the Seacoast Wind Ensemble will be held at the Leura Hill Eastman Performing Arts Center located on Bradley Street at Fryeburg Academy on Sunday, May 27, at 7:30 p.m. “The performance by he ensemble has been underwritten by retired Air Force officers, Lt. Col. Jim and Col. Karen Umberger and Major Arnie and Mrs. Donna Schiegoleit, whose generous donation permits the presentation of this exciting concert free of charge,” notes Cindy Russell, who is also events coordinator Arts Jubilee, which is celebrating its 30th anniversary season starting in July at Cranmore. “In addition to honoring all veterans who have and are currently serving our country, the 2012 concert is dedicated to the memory of a family member of James Umberger, J. W. Fisher, Chief Master Sergeant Retired U.S. Air Force who served his country proudly and with honor for over 30 years.” A colorful display of the flags from the various branches of the armed services will be presented. The concert will end with the traditional playing of the Armed Forces Medley, saluting, in order of establishment, the United States Army, Marine Corps, Navy, Air Force, and Coast Guard. May 28 Fryeburg's annual Memorial Day celebration will proceed from the American Legion Hall to Bradley Park starting at 1 p.m., followed by a ceremony at the Bradley Park gazebo. Children riding bikes or walking are welcome to participate in the parade. Fryeburg Academy and Molly Ockett Middle School bands will also participate. Featured speaker at the ceremony following the parade will be Ryanne Johnson, president of Fryeburg Academy's senior class. JACKSON, BARTLETT AND NORTH CONWAY: May 28 • 9:30 a.m.: Jackson: American Legion Post 95 of North Conway and Francis Murphy VFW Post of Bartlett to march from the Jackson town park near the Jackson Grammar School to the village cemetery on Route 16-A for observances, and then back to the center of the village. They will then hold observances at the Glen Cemetery, followed by a stop at the cemetery on Route 16-A in Intervale. • 11 to 11:30 a.m.: Maj. Frank McCarthy of Post 95 says a wreath ceremony will be held at the war memorial at Maj. Fred Hodgkins Park in Bartlett, followed by a luncheon at the VFW Hall in Bartlett Village. • 1 p.m.: Post 95 will visit the post's plot at North Conway Cemetery. TAMWORTH: May 28 Information on Tamworth's services was not available as of press time. For information, call Dave Haskell at 323-8775. FREEDOM: May 29 The First Christian Church of Freedom will hold a Memorial Day Service on Tuesday, May 29, at noon which will include readings, music and a homily to honor those who have served in the armed forces, as well as first responders and medical personnel who help the community. After the service, join the Freedom School students at the First Veteran’s Memorial in front of the Town Hall, and continue to the other two Memorials in front of the town offices building and the library as the children present their program of songs and speakers. The program will conclude with the laying of wreaths on Veterans’ graves at Lakeview Cemetery. Transportation will be provided for those who need to ride.