Brooklyn's 149th Kings County Memorial Day Parade
Proudly sponsored by the United Military Veterans of Kings County
Lest We Forget
To educate a diverse audience that includes Veteran groups, civic organizations, business leaders, educational institutions and the general public on the importance of Memorial Day. The United Military Veterans of Kings County will schedule, plan and execute an annual parade on Memorial Day to include a memorial service to honor and remember those who lost their lives in the defense of our nation.
The United Military Veterans of King County is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit corporation. Donations are fully tax deductible. Donations may be sent via check or money order to: United Military Veterans of Kings County, Inc. Memorial Day Parade Committee P.O. Box 09-0233 Brooklyn, New York 11209
Brooklyn's 148th Kings County Memorial Day Parade was a huge success. There were more participants and more spectators along the parade route and at the memorial service in Cannonball Park. Thank you for coming out to remember all those who died in service to our country.
Mark May 30, 2016 on your calendars for Brooklyn's 149th Kings County Memorial Day Parade.
FIRST MEETING FOR BROOKLYN’S 149TH MEMORIAL DAY
PARADE TO BE HELD AT THE US ARMY GARRISON FORT HAMILTON ON FEBRUARY 17 AT 11AM
All Veterans, bands, civic and corporate groups, schools and church groups, and motorcycle groups are invited to march in Brooklyn’s 149th Kings County Memorial Day Parade on May 30, 2016 kicking off at 11AM. General membership meetings to plan and discuss the logistics of the parade will be held at the US Army Garrison Fort Hamilton Post Chapel, building 219 on Grimes Road on Wednesdays, Feb. 17, Mar. 16 and Apr. 20 at 11:00AM. The final meeting before the parade will be held on Tuesday, May 17 at 6:30PM. All who wish to march are encouraged to attend. You must call Anthony Giovinco at 917-664-8850 and give him your name to gain access to the installation. The 2016 theme is “Service, Valor, Sacrifice.” Come out to march to remember those who lost their lives in service to our nation. Veterans do not have to be a member of a Veteran Service Organization to march in one of the longest, continuously run parades in the nation. Visit us on Face Book at United Military Veterans of Kings County.
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