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Veterans took part in the annual Memorial Day Parade and Ceremony on Monday morning. The parade began at Parnell Avenue and State Boulevard and ended at Memorial Coliseum.

Marching, watching to honor soldiers

Maxwell Cayot, 1, with his mother, Mary, takes in the Memorial Day Parade Monday morning. The parade was followed by a ceremony at Memorial Coliseum.
Lily Njeru, 4, rides atop the shoulders of her father, Peter, to watch the Memorial Day Parade on Parnell Aveune. It was Lily’s first Memorial Day Parade and she was quite happy that there was “lots of candy” being thrown to onlookers.