Hamilton's American Legion Post 47 had their annual early morning Memorial Day ceremony at the World War I doughboy statue on the lawn of the Ravalli County Museum May 25. Commander Ruth Cook said the event was not publicized to reduce the COVID-19 risk. The ceremony included a 21-gun salute with the Marine Corps League. Following the Museum ceremony, Legion members and others traveled to the Main Street Bridge where a wreath was placed in the Bitterroot River to commemorate those lost at sea. The last part of the presentation was in the Veterans area of Hamilton's Riverview Cemetery.

Part of the salute on Memorial Day in Hamilton with members of the Marine Corps League. (Steve Fullerton, Townsquare Media)