Many people take time out of their Memorial Day to stop at the local cemetery and visit the graves of those who died in the line of duty.
The staff at the Bridgeport Cemetery was on hand on Monday, to help those people find the graves they were looking for.
"The main reason for us being here this weekend is because we know a lot of people come out on Memorial Day. We wanted to be here to help them find grave spaces if they couldn't find them, and we had some refreshments set up," said Kitty Sapp, superintendent of the Bridgeport Cemetery.
Anyone who stopped by got the chance to enter a raffle for some prizes.
The American Legion Post 68 and Boy Scout Troop 40 placed American flags on the grave of every veteran.