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Veterans Day Parade

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Event# 785-336-2294

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Every year the veterans of Seneca are honored with a parade. The school children participate in the parade with songs and poems and the band marches and plays patriotic music. "Taps" is played in honor of all veterans living and deceased. It is an inspirational gathering for the community.

Veterans Day Parade


Phone : 785-336-2294   (Always call and confirm events.)

Email Address : seneca_chamber@yahoo.com

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