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Civil War Memorial Ceremony to be held July 3, 2015 as part of First Friday
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Mayor Quill Invites Community to a
Civil War Memorial Ceremony to be held July 3, 2015

You are cordially invited….

        To commemorate the 150th anniversary of the end of the Civil War, Mayor Michael D. Quill cordially invites the community to an Open House of the Civil War Memorial to be held July 3, 2015 on the South Lawn of Memorial City Hall, located at 24 South Street in Auburn.  

        Festivities will be from 5-7 p.m. as part of the community’s First Friday events. A ceremony is planned to begin promptly at 5:30 p.m. with Mitch Maniccia, Research Assistant from the Seward House Museum as our guest speaker.  Refreshments will be served.


To RSVP please contact Rhonda Miller, Assistant to the Mayor and Council, by phone at 315-255-4104 or email at


Pictured below is an aerial view of the South Lawn of Memorial City Hall, 24 South Street in Auburn, New York.  The South Lawn is home to many memorials including a Civil War Memorial and a September 11th Memorial.  Trees on the lawn were planted as a Firefighters Memorial for Firefighters Lt. Alfred H. Murphy, Anthony Contrera, and John F. Searing who died in the line of duty on March 30, 1960.  The flagpoles fly flags from countries that represent the many ethnic backgrounds of the population of the City of Auburn, these flags are often donated by private citizens.

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