THE ANNUAL BRANFORD VETERANS DAY PARADE will take place on the Cenotaph at the rear of Tow Hall.
The parade will step‐off at the Cenotaph on So. Main St to Main St. to North Harbor St. and return to the reviewing stand in front of Town Hall on Main Street and disperse shortly thereafter on Montowese St.
The Parade will consist of various military marching units, fife and drum, band marching units and others as follows: 2nd Company Governors Foot Guard, 1st BN 102 Infantry National Guard, American Legion and Veterans of Foreign Wars Units, Stony creek fife and Drum Corps, Branford Town Band, Branford High School Band, Totoket Fife and Drum corps, Branford Police Color Guard, Branford Fire Department, Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, Cub Scouts, Brownie Scouts, Shoreline Antique Auto Connection(antique cars), Take‐A‐Vet Fishing, etc.
Moderator for the event will be U. S. Army captain Vincent Giordano; co‐Marshals Robert Russell, Commander, Branford Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 10186(speaker) and John Cooke, Commander, Branford American Legion Post 83; Pastor Steven Chamberlain of the Free Evangelical Church of Branford will provide the Invocation and Benediction; Soloist Lia Witten will provide appropriate patriotic music for the day.
Any U. S. military veteran or active is welcome to march in the parade with the American Legion unit or Veterans of Foreign Wars unit.
Naval ceremonies will precede the parade at 12:30pm at the bridge on So. Montowese St., 700 yards south of the armory.