Monday, May 27, 2024 | Historic Dublin

The City of Dublin and the Wesley G. Davids Dublin Post 800 of the American Legion would be honored to have you, your family and friends join us on Monday, May 27, to commemorate the honorable men and women who lost their lives in service to our country.

The general public is invited and encouraged to attend. Please bring blankets and lawn chairs for your comfort. Free parking is available at Dublin Community Church and more parking can be found throughout Historic Dublin. For accessible parking, please see the information below.

Keynote Speaker: Amber Hudson Clark

Founder and Executive Director of M.A.S.H. (Military And Service Heroes) Pantry and Resource Center Amber Hudson Clark was born and raised in Ohio. Her journey started when she enlisted in the Navy at 19 and served as a Hospital Corpsman at Rickenbacker for three years.

After serving in the Navy Reserve, she attended college. In 2013, she began working at Chalmers P. Wylie Veterans Hospital, teaching veterans to navigate technology for telemedicine and prescription services. Amber’s dedication to serving the veteran community led her to establish the MA.S.H. Pantry alongside her mother and co-founder, Elaine DuShane. Since its doors opened in 2015, M.A.S.H. has expanded to five pantries and a central headquarters in Marysville, Ohio. M.A.S.H. provides essential programs and items, including food, personal hygiene items, clothing, and resources, that help support veterans, military personnel, Gold Star families, and survivors.

Amber initiated a monthly outreach program at the Commons at Livingston, offering complimentary produce, meals, and door prizes to a community of 100 formerly homeless veterans. M.A.S.H. also launched the Veteran Honor Gardens initiative and six new Camaraderie & Euchre tournaments to encourage veterans to engage in social activities.

11 a.m.

Procession through Historic Dublin– Veterans, scouts, and the Dublin Scioto High School Marching Band will start at the intersection of W. Dublin Granville Road and Dale Drive. The procession continues west on E. Bridge Street and ends in the Dublin Cemetery, with a brief stop for a wreath-throwing ceremony on the Bridge Street bridge.

11:30 a.m.

Memorial Day Ceremony at the Dublin Cemetery (83 West Bridge Street)- The annual ceremony will take place at the KIA Memorial. Multiple guest speakers will share the meaning of Memorial Day and honor those who lost their lives in service to our country.


Community Picnic Lunch at Monterey ParkĀ (135 Monterey Drive)- Take a short walk after the ceremony to Monterey Park and enjoy a complimentary picnic lunch. Please bring blankets and lawn chairs for your comfort.

Accessibility Information

Accessible Parking

Accessible parking is available at the Dublin Cemetery (please enter from Bridge St./161) on a first-come, first-served basis. Additional parking is available at the Dublin Community Church or along Monterey Drive.

Accessible Seating

Accessible seating is available under the white tents at the Memorial Day ceremony on a first-come, first-served basis. If you need additional chairs during the ceremony, please contact any City of Dublin staff member for assistance.

ASL Interpreter

An American Sign Language Interpreter is provided during the Memorial Day Ceremony.


Two accessible portable restrooms will be available at Monterey Park.

Need Assistance?

Volunteers will be available to assist guests as needed.

Please contact the City of Dublin Events team for further information at or call 614.410.4545

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