Dozens of people attended aMemorial Day ceremony Monday (May 27), at Sullivan Cemetery in Winthrop. The All-American Legion Auxiliary Unit 120 laid wreaths and swag at the foot of the World War I monument. The Auxiliary also planted more than 120 flags at the graves of veterans at Sullivan Cemetery and about 275 flags at Beaver Creek Cemetery south of Twisp. The Winthrop ceremony included snacks and coffee provided by the Sullivan Cemetery Association, and a rendition of “Taps.” The traditional five-gun salute was not conducted this year, due to a lack of available local veterans. Auxiliary President Susie Gardner encouraged veterans residing in the valley to volunteer for the five-gun salute next year.