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Participants named for Saturday's Memorial Day parade in Niagara Falls

The lineup for Saturday's Memorial Day parade in Niagara Falls features more than 30 law enforcement, military and other groups. Here's the list of participants, as of Thursday afternoon:

Niagara Falls Police Department, Niagara Falls Fire Department, Niagara County Sheriff’s Department, Niagara County Sheriff’s Mounted Division, Air National Guard 107th Airlift Wing, Us Army 865th Combat Support Hospital Alpha Company, John Metro’s convertible Chevy for event dignitaries, American Legion John J. Welch Post 381, Federal, State, County And City Officials, Niagara Falls Boys & Girls Club, Oakwood Cemetery, Western Regional Buffalo Corps Of Cadets, Veterans Of Foreign Wars Post 917, Marine Corps Recruiters, Marine Corps League - 2nd Lt. John Paul Bobo Detachment, 1118 Niagara Youth Marine Cadets, Town of Niagara Lions Club, Niagara Falls High School Band, Boy Scout Troop 816, Niagara Falls Hall of Fame, Niagara Clown Alley, Pages Towing, Dick Pealer, Mike Hooper, Rick Smith, Clinton Brockway, US Air Force Reserve 914th Airlift Wing, Civil Air Patrol, Royal Canadian Legion Branch 606, VFW Post 54 Auxiliary, Sister Hood, O G Car Club, Cristoforo Colombo Society, American Legion Fredrick Cadille Post 1664, Uzed Dealz, Niagara Sikh Association, Girl Scouts Of Western New York, Marine Corps League - Conrad Kania Det. 230 Chesty Puller Train, Patriot Guard Riders of New York.

The parade starts at 11 a.m. at the City Market at 18th Street and Pine Avenue. It will head east on Pine towards Hyde Park. When all parties reach the park, there will be a ceremony at the Veterans Monument in the park. Speakers during the ceremony will include Col. John J. Higgins and Police Superintendent Bryan DalPorto.

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Aaron Besecker

Aaron Besecker

Aaron Besecker joined The Buffalo News in 2007, where he has covered communities in Western New York as a beat reporter, multimedia journalist and assistant online editor. A Buffalo native, he began his career in journalism at the Niagara Gazette.

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