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The local American Legion chapter leads the Veterans Day parade down Main Street in Greenville on Nov. 11. Photos by Maggie Wells

Veterans Day Parade in downtown Greenville

At 11 a.m. on Nov. 11, a small crowd gathered in downtown Greenville on Main Street for the annual Veterans Day parade. Though overcast and somber, the participants and spectators were invited back to the American Legion Hall for cake and coffee.

The local American Legion chapter leads the Veterans Day parade down Main Street in Greenville on Nov. 11. Photos by Maggie Wells
The local American Legion chapter leads the Veterans Day parade down Main Street in Greenville on Nov. 11. Photos by Maggie Wells
American Legion Auxiliary Unit 568 was on hand serving cake and coffee after the parade at the American Legion Post’s kitchen and dining room. From left: President Beverly Hiles, Judi Brunner and Susan Schuster.
American Legion Auxiliary Unit 568 was on hand serving cake and coffee after the parade at the American Legion Post’s kitchen and dining room. From left: President Beverly Hiles, Judi Brunner and Susan Schuster.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Marj Goosey leads the Veterans Day prayer aside supervisor Kevin Goss to the left and the Indian Valley Academy chorus to the right.
Marj Goosey leads the Veterans Day prayer aside supervisor Kevin Goss to the left and the Indian Valley Academy chorus to the right.
John Banks delivers President Barak Obama’s Veterans Day 2016 address.
John Banks delivers President Barak Obama’s Veterans Day 2016 address.

 

 

The Greenville High School band, led by Jim Norman with special guest Bret Cook, performs a medley of patriotic standards.
The Greenville High School band, led by Jim Norman with special guest Bret Cook, performs a medley of patriotic standards.
The Indian Valley Riding and Roping Club rides in the Veterans Day parade in downtown Greenville on Nov. 11.
The Indian Valley Riding and Roping Club rides in the Veterans Day parade in downtown Greenville on Nov. 11.
A small gathering of people from all over Indian Valley came to pay their respect to veterans at the parade.
A small gathering of people from all over Indian Valley came to pay their respect to veterans at the parade.

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