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Will you participate in Liberty County Veterans Day Parade?
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Dear editor:

On Sunday, Nov. 11, the American people will celebrate the ending of the First World War at 11 a.m. 

There will be observances through the local area with a ceremony on Nov 10, at the Hinesville VFW in the morning and on Monday, Nov 12, East Liberty County American Legion Post 321 will Host the 10th annual Liberty County Veterans Day Parade. 

Will you, your civic organization, business, school or religious organization be a part of these events? 

We, America’s Veterans and the members of East Liberty County American Legion Post 321, sincerely hope so. 

It is not too late to request an application and enter the parade. 

So far, we have both local high school bands and JROTC units scheduled to participate, Girl Scout and Boy Scout troops, Shriners, and yes, the 3rd Infantry Division is providing a Color Guard, marching and their outstanding band.

However, as this is the 100th anniversary of the end of WWI and the American Legion, we are requesting all to join us in “saying thanks” to all of America’s veterans for their outstanding service to America. 

The parade will begin lining up at Bradwell Institute at 2 p.m. and will promptly move out at 4 p.m.  

In order to make this 10th annual Veterans Day Parade a huge success and of course to show support for our veterans and active duty service members, we need your participation.

For a parade application or more information, please feel free to contact me, Post Commander, Dennis Fitzgerald at 912-980-5204 or e-mail me at and ask for a parade application or to answer any questions.

Yours in Service,

Dennis P. Fitzgerald, Post Commander

East Liberty County American Legion Post 321

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