Memorial Day Grave Decoration
May 24 & May 31, 2014
The Golden Gate National Cemetery was first opened in 1941 and is one of 131 National cemeteries in 39 states. It is the final resting place of 15 Medal of Honor recipients, Congressman Leo Ryan, and Admiral Chester W. Nimitz, commander of the US Pacific Fleet during World War II. Each year, Scouts, Scouters, veterans and other community groups from all over the Bay Area gather in tribute to these gallant men and women who have made the ultimate sacrifice in defense of our country.
Each participant will receive a commemorative patch. New for 2014, we will also be offering two special, limited edition commemorative patches, at two donation levels to help defray the costs of hosting this event. These special, limited edition patches are available by pre-order only, and must be ordered before April 11, 2014.
- Honor Level - No Charge - Red Border Patch for everyone in your unit/group
- Valor Level - $100.00 donation - White Metallic Border Patch for everyone in your unit/group
- Patriot Level - $250.00 donation - Blue Metallic Border Patch for everyone in your unit/group
Please contact Ron Chang or Bill Waits, at the Pacific Skyline Council office, (650) 341-5633, for additional details or questions.
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