Maricopa’s first Veterans Day Parade had 60 entries Saturday, with groups of veterans, Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts, classic cars, student groups, families of veterans and the MHS Marching Rams. With four grand marshals from World War II and the Korean War, the parade traveled from Legacy Traditional School on Regent Drive to Leading Edge Academy on Porter Road. Maricopans lined much of the route, sitting in chairs, on curbs and on walls to show their support of the veterans.


  1. Also in the parade was a float from the Daughters of the American Revolution, Pictured is Ellen Lynn as we all sang “She’s A Grand old Flag” along the parade route. Also pictured is Amber Kent and her children sitting toward the back of our float.

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