The parade will end at the Veterans Plaza on the corner of Fifth Avenue and Poplar Streets. The program will begin approximately 10:30 a.m.
“The purpose of the Memorial Day and program is to honor those who have made the ultimate sacrifice for our country,” said Chairperson Steve Rohde. “As a result, there will be no commercial advertising, tossing of candy or handouts along the parade route.”
Anyone wishing to participate in the parade may contact Steve at 414-581-4381.
The Memorial Day Program will include Scott Mindell as Master of Ceremonies. Joel Hausmann will lead the audience with the song “God Bless the U. S. A.”
Opening and closing prayers will be led by Rev. Luke Love of the First Baptist Church.
The Preamble to the Constitution will be recited by Mason Falk. MaKayla Weddig will recite the poem, “In Flanders Field,” followed by Madison Cheryn reciting the Gettysburg Address.