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Perfect weather for Southborough Heritage Day

By Jeff Slovin, Contributing Writer

A young resident gets a good view of Southborough’s emergency vehicles leading the parade down Main Street.

A young resident gets a good view of Southborough’s emergency vehicles leading the parade down Main Street.

Southborough – Residents were treated to beautiful, sunny fall day to celebrate Southborough’s annual Heritage Day Oct. 14. The event featured a parade down Main Street and a community fair, as well as an open house at the Fire Department and The Friends of the Southborough Library’s book and bake sale.

Photos/Jeff Slovin

 

 

 

 

 

Engine 22 of the Southborough Fire Department.

Engine 22 of the Southborough Fire Department.

Members of the Military Veterans Color Guard carry the flag in the parade.

Members of the Military Veterans Color Guard carry the flag in the parade.

Parade grand marshal, retiring Police Chief Jane Moran.

Parade grand marshal, retiring Police Chief Jane Moran.

Flag bearers lead the Trottier Middle School Band.

Flag bearers lead the Trottier Middle School Band.

Students perform in the Trottier Middle School Marching Band.

Students perform in the Trottier Middle School Marching Band.

Southborough Girl Scouts Daisy Troop 68062.

Southborough Girl Scouts Daisy Troop 68062.

Members of Southborough Girl Scouts Brownie Troop 85003 proudly display their banner.

Members of Southborough Girl Scouts Brownie Troop 85003 proudly display their banner.

One of Algonquin Regional High School’s flag twirlers.

One of Algonquin Regional High School’s flag twirlers.

The ARHS Marching Band.

The ARHS Marching Band.

Members of the ARHS Robotics Team demonstrate one of their projects.

Members of the ARHS Robotics Team demonstrate one of their projects.

Girl Scout Troop 72770 “Double Duck Luck” fundraising booth.

Girl Scout Troop 72770 “Double Duck Luck” fundraising booth.

Contestants spin the wheel to win prizes at the Southborough Historical Society booth.

Contestants spin the wheel to win prizes at the Southborough Historical Society booth.

After the parade, crowds moved to the fair to check out the booths run by local organizations.

After the parade, crowds moved to the fair to check out the booths run by local organizations.

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