CHAPPAQUA, N.Y. - New Castle residents Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and former President Bill Clinton , as well as Gov. Andrew Cuomo , were among those who marched through downtown Chappaqua Monday for the town's annual Memorial Day parade.
Ceremonies before the parade began at 10:30 a.m. at the Victory Corners Monument at the intersection of King Street and Bedford Road. The ceremony featured a clergyman, parade marshals, town board members, veterans and a bugler.
The parade then assembled in Ridgewood Terrace and began marching at 11 a.m. The honor guard, marshals, clergy, town board, school board and library board members marched with World War II, Korean War, Iraq-Afghanistan veterans. The parade proceeded along Route 117 to King Street before marchers turned down South Greeley Avenue and finished at the Memorial Circle at the Chappaqua Train Station.
Following the parade, the Clintons and Cuomo spoke individually with residents, signed autographs, took pictures and answered questions.
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