Waterville holds 2019 Veterans Day parade

The Waterville High School performed during the Veterans Day parade, in Waterville, on November 11. (photo by Mark Huard, Central Maine Photography)

A Veterans Day parade was held in Waterville on November 11. One of the marching units was the Winslow Police Honor Guard. From left to right, Captain Fleming, Officer Jones, Officer Theobald and Office Veilleux. (photo by Mark Huard, Central Maine Photography)

Craig Bailey, left, commander of Bourque-Lanigan American Legion Post #5, in Waterville, and Pearly Lachance, offering a prayer on the steps of Waterville City Hall, during the Veterans Day ceremony, in Waterville, on November 11. (photo by Mark Huard, Central Maine Photography)

 
 

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