As part of the event 100 Nights of Taps, Oakville residents Joseph Noga (left), Lisa DeMunda-Gardella and Katherine Noga sounded “Taps” on Friday, July 19 at Gettysburg National Cemetery in Pennsylvania. The trip was sponsored by the National Park Service, the Lincoln Fellowship and Taps for Veterans.

 Ms. Gardella is the bandmaster and conductor of the Second Company Governor’s Foot Guard, headquartered in Branford. Joseph is an honor student going into his senior year at Watertown High School. He is first chair trumpet in the wind ensemble. Katherine is an honor student going into her sophomore year at Watertown High School, where she plays first chair trumpet in the concert band.

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