Veterans honored during Laurelton parade

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Wennice Ellis whose son in the Boy Scouts rides along the route. Photo by Christina Santucci
Boy Scout Quiniek Benjamin from Pack 263 (front) holds the banner. Photo by Christina Santucci
Shakeela Benjamin sports a hat to keep cool. Photo by Christina Santucci
U.S. Rep. Gregory Meeks shakes hands with WWII veteran Vincent Armstrong, who served as a military policeman in the Army Air Force. Photo by Christina Santucci
Legionnaires lead the parade. Photo by Christina Santucci
Commander Jackie Wilson places a flower on the memorial at South Conduit Boulevard. Photo by Christina Santucci
Elijah Ervin, 6, watches marchers pass by. Photo by Christina Santucci
Kimoya Johnson from the Village Pacesetters Northeast Pathfinders Club, holds a flag. Photo by Christina Santucci
Veteran Raymond Gatling waves to spectators. Photo by Christina Santucci
Army veteran Abraham Holmes, (r.) who served during the Vietnam War, plays the bugle as Leroy Barnes, the Commander of VFW Post 5298, and James Blount Jr., Queens County Commander of the Veterans of Foreign Wars, salute at the conclusion of the Laurelton Memorial Day Parade. Photo by Christina Santucci

Dozens of people attended the annual Laurelton Memorial Day Parade.

Posted 8:32 pm, May 30, 2012
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