Victorville City hosting 21st annual Veterans Day Parade and Ceremony

Angelica Greene
November 9, 2017

The City of Eufaula partnered with Main Street Eufaula Inc.to bring back this tradition previous year and had a huge turnout for the event, which featured retired, disabled, and current members of the military and national guard.

Across the Atlanta area, cities are honoring those who defended our country on Veterans Day.

For some attendees, the Veterans Parade was a time to reflect on their military service and that of others.

The City of Victorville will host its 21st Annual Veterans Day Parade and Ceremony, Nov. 11 from 9 a.m.to 11 a.m.in Old Town Victorville.

The Veterans Day parade is always held in the 11th month, on the 11th day and during the 11th hour. Our local veterans are encouraged to participate in the parade.

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The morning's events will begin with the City's Freedom Mile Run at 8:45 a.m., which serves as the kick-off for the parade. The public is invited to honor military personnel and veterans.

For additional information on the event, visit Gwinnett County's calendar.

This year, the City of Mansfield and Mansfield Churches FOR THE CITY are joining with the American Legion Post 624 and the Mansfield Independent School District to recognize and honor our local Veterans with the city's first ever Veterans Day Parade. This year the event celebrates the WWI Centennial of the Great War.

For additional information and parade route, visit Douglas County's event.

We salute all - living and dead - who have served and still serve this nation, and we ask your reflection on Veterans Day and its meaning.

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