Seekonk Memorial Day Parade

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The town's Memorial Day parade kicks off at Seekonk High School at 10 am, heads sto Aitken Elementary School along Arcade Avenue, then ends at Hurley Middle School.

Traffic will be detoured around the parade route.

After the parade's conclusion, the winner of the Pin Design Contest, a competition between high school and middle school students to create the most spirited Memorial Day pin. 

Steve Hopkins June 01, 2011 at 06:08 PM
Was there any effort to ask for help by the 'parade committee', or whoever is incharge? Was there an effort to invite veterans to jon in the parade? Other than the Marine Sgt there was only one other vet - 'Doc' who served in Viet Nam. why did the hundreds - I suppose - of Seekonk vets contribute by marching in 'their' parade?
Steve Hopkins June 01, 2011 at 06:12 PM
You're kidding, right!??
Steve Hopkins June 01, 2011 at 06:57 PM
Here's to David, your brother, and a friend, going back to your Mom's kindergarten days. He made the ultimate sacrifice for us all.
Steve Hopkins June 01, 2011 at 07:02 PM
Is there only one Boy Scout troop in town now? Used to be 3 and sponsored by the 3 volunteer fire depts. But now that they are gone...! where were all the veterans from Seekonk? Where Michelle?
Mary M June 02, 2011 at 11:35 PM
I didn't know Seekonk was having a parade. Chris: Thanks ...You cleared up why my kids didn’t know anything about a parade. They are not in boy/girl scouts and the only sport they play is basketball (which is over). My kids are both from Martin. They said they were never asked to participate or make anything. Plymouth was crazy, festive and everyone was having a good time in honor of Memorial Day. I even saw a man wearing shorts & t-shirt print of the flag. Their parade was a good size with a mix of businesses, town schools, boy/girl scouts & the band. Liquor stores were closed. Honestly, one of my favorites was walking through the graveyard, looking at all the stones, some with military ribbons and medallions. Some people left notes to their loved ones.


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