An international crowd, an all-American parade

Lou Bucceri, dressed in Colonial-era garb, was flanked by a color guard of Katie Diamond at his left and Olivia Robson on his right. Photo by Anne Day

Memorial Day is the best day of the year in Salisbury, especially when it doesn’t rain, and this year did not disappoint. 

The town emerged from a long bitter winter to celebrate the arrival of summer. Everyone came together as a town to show respect to the men and women from Salisbury who died for their country. Each year about half the town gathers in Salisbury to watch the other half march in the parade. 

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