2014 Memorial Day Parade In Photos

by | May 27, 2014

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The Kentish Guard fires a salute after a wreath is laid in front of Town Hall. Credit: EG News

 

 

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Webelos from Frenchtown Pack 4 wait at Academy Field for the parade to begin. Credit: EG News

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Parade organizers Leigh Botello (EG town clerk) and Carl Hoyer consult with Grand Marshal John Holmes (center). Credit: EG News

 

 

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ABC6’s Mark Curtis interviews parade stalwart John Romano. Credit: EG News

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The ever-popular Kentish Guard. Credit: EG News

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The Varnum Continental Color Guard. Credit: EG News

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The Avenger Band was this year’s main musical attraction. Credit: EG News

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Cub scouts.

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Girl Scouts.

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The giant flag!  Credit: EG News

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The EG Free Library had a float this year, to celebrate 100 years on Peirce and Church streets. Credit: EG News

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Another parade regular, Korean War veteran Bob Greene. Credit: EG News

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Saluting during the the playing of taps at the WWI Memorial at First Avenue and Cliff Street. Credit: EG News

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The wreath-laying at the WWI Memorial. Credit: EG News

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Standing at attention. Credit: EG News

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Dean and Wendy Fachon. Credit: EG News

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Janet and Tom Joyce. Credit: EG News

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The crowd in front of the CVS plaza was thick. Credit: EG News

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Kids and parades – a perfect combo. Credit: EG News

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State Rep. Anthony Giarrusso and his wife Linda. Credit: EG News

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Dean and Molly Benjamin. Credit: EG News

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Daises! Credit: EG News

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Alan Clarke (aka, Mr. Historic Cemetery) in fine form. Credit: EG News

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The town’s newest board – the Historic Cemetery Commission – introduces itself in style. Credit: EG News

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A good crowd at gathers for the final ceremonies in front of Town Hall. Credit: EG News

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Patrick Faherty, a student at Our Lady of Mercy, recites the Gettysburg Address. Credit: EG News

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Parade Grand Marshal John Holmes with Maria Brennan. Credit: EG News

You’ll find a video recap of the parade here.

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2 Comments

  1. Gene Dumas

    Great pics, Great parade, thanks for the Press!

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  2. Lynn Krim

    Great pictures Eliz. Thank you so much! I was sad to miss the parade this year!

    Reply

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