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Music, cheering and a lot of red, white and blue set the patriotic mood Saturday morning as many residents gathered in downtown Lancaster to remember past and current veterans.
All four of the county's high school bands marched, local politicians courted and candy was given out to spectators by civic groups that passed in vehicles and unique floats.
"It's just so important that we honor our veterans," said regular parade attendee Jannette Hilliard, a member of Heath Springs Town Council. "This year, there is so much enthusiasm and variety."
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