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Marlborough turns out to honor fallen soldiers during Memorial Day Parade

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Left- (l to r) Vietnam War veteran Jerry Elliot, member of American Veterans Post 1980 Chuck Egan, member of the National Guard Bob Collier, Navy veteran James Holt, and 20-year career Air Force member Bob Boulay fire off three rounds at one of six memorial stops along the Memorial Day Parade route. Left- (l to r) Vietnam War veteran Jerry Elliot, member of American Veterans Post 1980 Chuck Egan, member of the National Guard Bob Collier, Navy veteran James Holt, and 20-year career Air Force member Bob Boulay fire off three rounds at one of six memorial stops along the Memorial Day Parade route. Left- Members of the Marlborough High School Marching Band stand at attention during a ceremony held during the Memorial Day Parade. Left- Members of the Marlborough High School Marching Band stand at attention during a ceremony held during the Memorial Day Parade. Eleventh-grade Marlborough High school student Jessica Whaphan plays "Taps" after the placement of a memorial wreath in front of City Hall. Eleventh-grade Marlborough High school student Jessica Whaphan plays "Taps" after the placement of a memorial wreath in front of City Hall.

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