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Stanton named Grand Marshal of 2015 parade

Posted: Friday, October 9, 2015

The Huntington County Veterans Service Office is inviting all businesses in Huntington County to participate in this year’s Veterans Day Parade. The parade will be held on Saturday, November 7 with the parade beginning at 10 a.m. Registration and staging of all entries will be held at Huntington North High School. Bruce Stanton, retired Veterans Service Officer, has been named the Grand Marshal of the 2015 parade.

The parade will travel from HNHS and east on MacGahan Street to North Jefferson Street. The parade will then continue south on North Jefferson Street to West Park Drive and then west on West Park Drive. The parade will culminate at Memorial Park where a celebration will be held to honor the new Veterans Memorial and the Purple Heart Memorial. The Veterans Office is also looking for businesses that would like to offer discounts to veterans for Veterans Day/Week. If you would like to help a veteran by offering discounts, the Veterans Office would like to know by Friday, October 23 to ensure your business name is included in the brochure listing all discounts.

If you would like to participate, volunteer, or in some way help with this year’s parade, please call the Veterans Office at (260) 358-4863 or email Taryn Fusselman at

The photo above shows the Veterans Day Parade team from left, Steve Kimmel, executive director, Huntington County Chamber of Commerce; Taryn Fusselman, Veterans Service Office; Bruce Stanton, retired, Veterans Service Officer and Grand Marshal of the 2015 Veterans Day Parade; Edie Runion, Veterans Service Office intern and Mayor Brooks Fetters.