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    Friday, February 03, 2023

    Annual commemoration of Pearl Harbor Day in Norwich

    A portrait of Michael Quarto, a fireman who died aboard the battleship USS Arizona, sits on a table with other Pearl Harbor related items Wednesday, Dec. 7, 2022, during the Norwich Area Veterans Council’s annual commemoration of Pearl Harbor Day held at Norwich City Hall. Sailors from the Sub School at the Naval Submarine Base in Groton are in the background. (Dana Jensen/The Day)
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    The Silver Dolphins Color Guard bow their heads during the invocation Wednesday, Dec. 7, 2022, during the Norwich Area Veterans Council’s annual commemoration of Pearl Harbor Day held at Norwich City Hall. (Dana Jensen/The Day)
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    Command Master Chief Dean Marvin talks about the USS Arizona Wednesday, Nov. 7, 2022, with sailors from the Sub School at the Naval Submarine Base in Groton at his side during the Norwich Area Veterans Council’s annual commemoration of Pearl Harbor Day held at Norwich City Hall. (Dana Jensen/The Day)
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    A sailor from the Sub School at the Naval Submarine Base in Groton hands a bouquet of flowers to Naomi Crowley, of Norwich, with her siblings, on the right, Rosalyn Lachampelle, of Voluntown, and Greg Carlson, of Griswold, and Rozann Valenti, left, of Bozrah, looking on Wednesday, Dec. 7, 2022, during the Norwich Veterans Council’s annual commemoration of Pearl Harbor Day held at Norwich City Hall. Valenti’s uncle Michael Quarto of Norwich and Crowley, Lachapelle, and Carlson’s uncle Harry Carlson of Norwich, died during the attack on the USS Arizona. (Dana Jensen/The Day)
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    Tom Callinan plays taps on a penny whistle with John Waggoner, president of Norwich Area Veterans Council, saluting in the background Wednesday, Dec. 7, 2022, during the Norwich Area Veterans Council’s annual commemoration of Pearl Harbor Day held at Norwich City Hall. (Dana Jensen/The Day)
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    Norwich― People gathered at Norwich City Hall Wednesday for the Norwich Area Veterans Council’s annual commemoration of Pearl Harbor Day.

    The event took place in the council chambers instead of outside at Freedom Plaza due to the rain.

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