Fairfield Memorial Day parade: Here's the line of march
Updated 6:56 pm, Sunday, May 25, 2014
Fairfield's Memorial Day parade steps off at 10 a.m. Monday.
The parade will follow the traditional line of march, assembling at Post and South Pine Creek roads, heading east along the Post Road through downtown before turning right onto Old Post Road at the Fairfield Public Library, and continuing past the reviewing stand in front of Old Town Hall to South Benson Road.
Here's the list of marchers:
LEADING THE MARCH
Fairfield Rotary Club/Homes for the Brave
Police escort radio car
Fairfield Police Benefit Association honor guard
Fairfield Police Explorer Post honor guard
Parade Chairman Thomas Quinn
Parade Secretary Betsy P. Browne, town clerk
RED 1ST DIVISION
Assemble in column facing north on South Pine Creek Road with head on Post Road.
Bridgeport police honor guard
Spirit of Black Rock
Active-duty military personnel and Capt. Roger Crossland
Iraq and Afghanistan veterans
American Legion Post 143
American Legion Post Auxiliary
American Legion Post 143 Poppy Queen Ava Jara
VFW Post 9427
Disabled American Veterans Chapter 19
American Legion Post 74
American Legion Post 74 Auxiliary
Roger Ludlowe Middle School Bulldog Band
National Association of Naval Veterans, Port 5 Military honor guard
National Association of Naval Veterans color guard
Port 5 National Association of Naval Veterans and auxiliary
Post 1466 Catholic War Veterans
Coast Guard Auxiliary Flotilla 77 and "Coastie"
Sea Scouts Ship 110
Penfield Power Squadron
Fairfield Town Youth Council, theme winner
Wakeman Boys & Girls Club
Coastal Car Club
Division Commander Elwood Wahlquist, American Legion Post 143
American Legion Post 143 baseball team
WHITE 2ND DIVISION
Assemble in column facing north on Beaumont Street with head on Post Road.
Fire Chief Richard Felner
Stratfield Volunteer Fire Department.
Southport Volunteer Fire Department
Gaelic American Club Pipe Band
Gaelic American Club/FEILE
Greater Bridgeport St. Patrick's Day Celebration Float
Thaddeus Burr Chapter, Children of the American Revolution
Council 2616 Knights of Columbus and Columbiettes
Holy Family Council 11436 Knights of Columbus
Park City Council 16 Knights of Columbus
Fairfield Elks Lodge 2220 float
Tomlinson Middle School Band
Fairfield Museum & History Center
Ukrainian-American Club of Southport float
Fidelity St. Johns Masonic Lodge No. 3
Pyramid Shriners Legion of Honor and color guard
Pyramid Shriners motor patrol
First Church Congregational float
St. Vincent's Medical Center float, "A Night of Music"
Connecticut Seaport Car Club
Division Commander Joe Bender, VFW Post 9427
Aides Paul Lytwyn and Roger Moscater
BLUE 3RD DIVISION
Assemble in column facing north on Granville Street with head on Post Road.
Fairfield Woods Middle School Band
Fairfield Little League, American and National Divisions
Fairfield Little League girls softball
Mountain Laurel Girl Scouts
Division Commander Jim Bender, American Legion Post 74
Assemble in column facing north on Bungalow Avenue with head on Post Road.
Dogwood Girl Scouts
Fairfield Wildcats Youth Football
YMCA Fly Fins Swim Team
YMCA Water Safety Lifeguards with "Stewie the Duck"
Pop Warner Football players and cheerleaders
Dave Judson, float coordinator
Fairfield Rotary Homes for the Brave collection