Each year our squadron coordinates a wreath laying ceremony through the Wreaths Across America program for our nation's veterans. Wreaths Across America is a nonprofit organization founded to continue and expand the annual wreath laying ceremony at Arlington National Cemetery. We participate in their mission, Remember, Honor, Teach, in taking part of a wreath laying ceremony on the third Saturday of December, while this very same event occurs in veteran cemeteries at other locations and in all 50 states. We lay wreaths at the Winchester National Cemetery, honoring and remembering our nation's veterans who paid the ultimate sacrifice for us.

This event is made possible by the donations of individual wreath sponsors, corporate donors and volunteer truckers. No government funding is received.

Winchester National Cemetery has 5,561 graves. Can you help us meet our goal to lay a wreath on every grave? 

2017 - 1,500 wreaths sponosored

2016 - 2,500 wreaths sponsored

2015 - 612 wreaths sponsored

Please donate using this link to have a wreath sent to Winchester specifically!

For Corporate or Group sponsorship of 10 or more wreaths, our cadets would be pleased to personally appear at your corporate location to receive your contribution.

To learn more about how you can sponsor an individual wreath for $15, please contact us at winchester@vawg.cap.gov

Saturday, December 15th, 2018
1100 - Public arrive to lay wreaths
1200 - Ceremony

The general public is welcome to come and assist with laying wreaths starting at 1100. The ceremony will start at exactly 12 noon.

Directions to Winchester National Cemetery:

Winchester National Cemetery

Photo Galleries: 
The following videos below are provided from TV3 Winchester from our ceremony in 2011.