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Veterans Day Parade

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Event# 928-344-6966

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"To Honor Our Military Heros, Past & Present"

The parade will take off from 17th Street and 4th Avenue, then head south on 4th Avenue, before turning left on 25th Street and ending at the American Legion on Virginia Drive. The post will be the site of the 11th Hour ceremony following the parade. There will also be a barbecue from noon to 5 p.m.

Veterans Day Parade


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