After two years inside it was obviously time to get out and celebrate. Families lined the parade routes, veterans, kids, and adults marched, and solemn words were spoken to honor the fallen and those who served.
When the parade concluded and all the words were said, in Plympton, people went on to a cookout and a Touch A Truck display, both put on by the Plympton Fire Department.
Kingston rolled out the welcome mat and invited all to come celebrate at their post-parade cookout with some of Kingston’s best chefs preparing the food, alongside some well-known Town Hall persons..
Everyone was ready – and the weather couldn’t have been better.