Kentish Guard Fife and Drum Corps
Civil War reenactors.
The EGHS Avenger Band.
The Rhode Island Highlanders Pipe Band.
EG parade and local legend Capt. John A. Romano, USN Ret.
EGHS After Prom.
Shiver me timbers … I think I recognize that AfterProm pirate!
The Kentish Guard stands at attention at the parade’s first stop, the war memorial at First Avenue and Cliff Street.
Town officials during the benediction at Cliff Street with Rev. Ellen Quaadgras of Westminster Unitarian Church.
EGFD Honor Guard.
Grand Marshal Major Gen. Charles Callahan, adjutant general of the Rhode Island National Guard, with Secretary of State Nellie Gorbea.
Spectators in front of the CVS plaza.
The Sullivan family came out to watch the parade.
The EGFD got cheers as they passed by Station One.
The spectators in front of Mainstreet Coffee.
Parade organizer Leigh Carney.
The Avenger Marching Band.
The parade reviewing stand.
Rev. Jonathan Malone of First Baptist Church East Greenwich provides a prayer at the start of the closing ceremonies in front of Town Hall.
Veterans Day parade closing ceremonies.
Grand Marshal Major General Christopher Callahan, Adjutant General of the Rhode Island National Guard, delivers his remarks.
Town Council President Sue Cienki.
Varnum Continental Patrick Donovan, curator and vice president of the Varnum Memorial Armory Museum, reads a letter from Jesse Whaley, a World War I veteran from East Greenwich.
Bagpiper Aaron Lindo.