CLOSTER, N.J. -- Plans are underway for the Closter Memorial Day Parade and details are officially unfolding for the Monday, May 30 event.
The parade steps off at 10 a.m. and group everyone will assemble in the St. Mary's Church parking lot.
Parade route begins at the corner of Legion Place at High Street and concludes at Veterans Memorial Park. A veteran's ceremony in the park follows the conclusion of the parade.
A Mayor's Trophy will be awarded to the parade group displaying the most innovative use of red, white and blue.
Hosted annually by the Leroy S. Mead Post 111 American Legion, the Closter Elks Lodge 304 and the Borough of Closter, the parade honors Closter residents who gave their lives in war and those currently serving.
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