CHAPPAQUA, N.Y. -- Thousands of local residents turned out for the Chappaqua Memorial Day parade and ceremony held Monday.
The parade route was lined with children, adults and many pets to watch the kids, veterans, musicians and dignitaries march along Chappaqua's streets.
Among the luminaries were Chappaqua resident Hillary Clinton and Mt. Kisco resident, Governor Andrew Cuomo.
The ceremony, held at the Chappaqua train station, was heartfelt and very well attended too. The Horace Greeley High School band and bagpipers played music and names of fallen local heroes were read. The keynote speech was delivered by Assemblyman Robert Castelli, a Vietnam Veteran.
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