Memorial Day Parade Scheduled to Take Place!

 

WE STAND CORRECTED!

 

A dedicated group of volunteers has gathered to provide assistance and support to our VFW and all town veterans!

There will indeed be a parade on Memorial Day that will step off from The Slatersville Plaza at 9:30 AM on the 29th!

More details will follow later this week. 

Anyone interested in being part of the parade and our tribute to those lost while defending our freedom can call Tami Jacques here in Town Hall at 767-2200 ext 301 or email Christian de Rezendes at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Let's get ready to honor those who have offered the ultimate sacrifice for our freedom.

 

 

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