Norwich honors those who served

NORWICH – Spectators lined the streets Friday morning, paying little regard to the flying snow and blowing wind to honor America’s veterans for their service while the city hosted this year’s Veterans Day Parade.



The parade, led by the Norwich Police Department and joined by the American Legion Auxiliary, NHS Marching Band, Riders of the American Legion, Civil War reenactors, Cub Scout Pack 62 and the Norwich VFW, marched down East Main Street toward the heart of the city, where a ceremony was held in East Park.

This was the first year the ceremony took place in the newly renovated park. Onlookers huddled near the pavilion and willingly bore the bitter cold to recognize those who had served in defending the country’s freedom.


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