As the pandemic continues to alter plans for social events, north metro cities are determined to honor deceased members of the armed forces late this month.

Most cities are planning either virtual or in-person ceremonies for Memorial Day. Residents of Milton, Alpharetta, Roswell, Johns Creek, Cumming, and Dunwoody can look forward to honoring deceased veterans during the special day.

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“The City of Milton is keeping a watchful eye on local and statewide COVID numbers while looking forward to and planning for the day when we can all safely and comfortably gather together,” Milton’s Special Events Coordinator Patricia Wolf said.

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Cumming has scheduled its in-person ceremony early on Friday, May 28 at 11 a.m. at the Veterans War Memorial. The event includes the new dedications into the Avenue of Flags display performed each year.

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