Downtown Gainesville, Good Works, Things to do

Honor Local Vets Memorial Day Parade

The Paul E Bolding American Legion Post # 7 invite you to join them at the 10th Annual Gainesville Memorial Day Parade on Monday, May 29, 2017 at 10:00am. They will be honoring the U.S. Service Members who have paid the ultimate sacrifice in the service to their country.

Start the holiday by honoring those who sacrificed their lives for our country while in active military service. Bring friends and family to this patriotic event on Green Street and enjoy clowns, marching bands, parade floats, dignitaries and more!

The Parade begins at First Baptist Church on Green Street, will travel towards the Downtown Square and will end at the corner of EE Butler and Spring Street.

PARKING: All that attend are encouraged to use the downtown parking garage located at EE Butler between Broad Street and Spring Street.

Parade Includes:
• Cecil Boswell, a WWII veteran who annually appears in the parade wearing the uniform he wore when discharged from the US Army
• Bands from Chestatee High School, Flowery Branch High School and West Hall High School
• Veterans Group
• A flyover from one of our local pilots, Tony Manzo. He will be flying his Boeing-made, bright yellow, P-17 Stearman biplane
Bring your chairs early and enjoy the festivities…come rain or shine! (Only lightning will stop the parade)

Parade participants must honor a veteran as part of their display. If you would like to participate in the parade, you may contact the following people before May 16:

Mr. Scott Ballard 770-503-4823
Mr. Dave Dellinger 770-718-7676
Mr. Roger Keebaugh 770-869-7941

For more information, visit:
https://runsignup.com/Race/GA/Gainesville/GainesvilleMemorialDayParade

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