Northborough’s Hometown Heroes parade returns Nov. 6

229

Northborough’s Hometown Heroes parade returns Nov. 6
Northborough turned out in large numbers, Nov. 7, for the Rolling Hometown Heroes Parade. (Photo/Cheryl Arsenault)

NORTHBOROUGH – The community is invited to show their support for local veterans by attending the Hometown Heroes Rolling Rally Parade Nov. 6.

The parade will kick off at noon. It starts at the entrance of Algonquin Regional High School and will end at the Vincent F. Picard American Legion Post 234 at 402 West Main Street.

As part of the parade, veterans and their families will drive down Main Street and view the 150 Hometown Hero banners on display.

The public is encouraged to dress in red, white and blue and wave American flags. 

The parade is held by Boros Cares 4 Troops. In the past, BC4T founder Michelle Gillespie said that she and Leslie Arsenault started the Hometown Heroes Program after seeing banners dedicated to individual veterans in Bolton. 

For more information, visit http://www.bc4t.org/.

RELATED CONTENT

Northborough community honors local veterans