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MEMORIAL DAY PARADE
VILLAGE OF GLENDALE
GLENDALE, OHIO 45246
The Village of Glendale will commemorate Memorial Day with a Parade and Ceremony on Monday, May 26, 2014.
This long-standing tradition allows us to pay our respects to men and women everywhere who have served our
nation in the Armed Forces, and to pay special honor to those from our small village who gave their lives
to protect our freedom. I urge all residents to attend.
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
9:00 AM ALL PARTICIPANTS IN THE PARADE SHALL REPORT TO THEIR ASSIGNED LOCATIONS.
Each parade participant will have received, prior to the day of the parade, an assigned number to be used
in locating their position in the Parade line.
VETERANS OF ALL WARS WHO WISH TO MARCH IN THE PARADE MAY FALL IN BEHIND THE COLOR GUARD AT GLENDALE SCHOOL.
THOSE VETERANS WHO DO NOT WISH TO MARCH MAY STILL ASSEMBLE AT THE FRONT OF THE WAR MEMORIAL. UNIFORMS ARE
Our Grand Marshals this year are Mayor Emeritus Joe Hubbard and Cathy Hubbard.
9:30 AM The Parade begins promptly at 9:30am. The Parade line will start out from Glendale School and
proceed along the route as follows: South on Congress to Fountain; Fountain to Woodbine; Woodbine to Elk;
Elk to Greenville; Greenville to Willow; Willow to Sharon; Sharon to the War Memorial.
10:30 AM Memorial Day Services at the War Memorial on Sharon Road:
To the Colors, Jesse Kufeldt
Star Spangled Banner, Tiffany Logan
Mayor of the Village of Glendale, Ralph M. Hoop
Opening Prayer, The Rev. Fay, St. Gabriel Church
Essay Contest Winner, Jenny Kilgore
HWB Community Service Scholarship Award, Kevin Wilhelm
Remarks: Lt. Col. Thomas Jameson, U.S. Army (Ret)
America the Beautiful, Tiffany Logan
Reading of Glendale war dead, Michael Fasoldt
Taps, Jesse Kufeldt
11:30 AM Refreshments will be available to all courtesy of the Fire Department and Christ Church Glendale.
Ralph M. Hoop, Mayor