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Memorial Day Parade 2010, in Lincolnville, Maine
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Every year the people of Lincolnville hold a Memorial Day Parade that features placing of wreaths in front of the town’s Honor Roll to commemorate all those from Lincolnville who served in the military.

The parade stops at the Honor Roll and then continues to the school grounds where an upstanding citizen delivers a Memorial Day Address. In the parade you will typically see the local high school band, an assembly of fire and emergency vehicles from surrounding communities, a few display floats made by local organizations and often antique cars. Some of the parades have tractors or people sporting very large paper-mâché heads but every parade includes the Lincolnville Band – a collection of local musicians who still play the old marches along with other music orchestrated for a big band.
This parade is typical of many small towns in Maine.

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Copyright: Tom sadowski
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Uploaded: 12/10/2010
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Tags: memorial; parade; flag; military; small town; wreath
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