Hundreds march in first post-Hurricane Sandy Memorial Day parade
The parade heads through Howard Beach.
The third stop was the the WWll Memorial at the Howard Beach Assembly of God Church.
Jim Perry stands with his grandson and Grand Marshal Coleman Peppard in front of the memorial to Jim’s uncle, Bernard Coleman.
Sen. Joe Addabbo Jr.
Councilman Eric Ulrich
Free lemonade was passed out to the marchers, compliments of Nancy Brady and her children, 8-year-old Sophia and 6-year-old Daniel.
The parade, which honors those lost in battle, especially those from Howard Beach, heads for its first stop at Our Lady of Grace.
Boy Scout Troop 139 salutes in Coleman Square.
Co-Grand Marshals Patty Bellaw and Joanne Connolly.
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