parade

Parade dazzles its audience

Re: “Auburn gets glowing for Festival of Lights” (Journal, Nov. 30). The Festival of Lights parade has been going on for years. It is highly anticipated and has allowed today ...

Auburn’s parade first-class yet again

What a wonderful day 11-11-11 was. I rode in a car in the (Auburn Veterans Day) parade and only got to see what was ahead of me or behind me, but what I heard from everyone was it ...

Women who served get their due at Auburn’s Veterans Day parade

At 93, ex-Marine Doris Dennis wasn’t about to sit down as she rode in the back of a convertible during Auburn’s Veterans Day parade. Grasping the wrist of a comparatively youn ...

Women wanted for Auburn Veterans Day parade tribute

Where are the women veterans? Organizers for this year’s Veterans Day parade in Auburn have struck 500 medals to honor women who have served in the U.S. armed forces. In prepar ...

Be dazzled at no charge

With the economy down and family budgets tighter this year than last, a great way to experience a family afternoon of fun on Monday, July 4 is to attend a parade and see some firew ...

Commitment closed Elks’ lot

In your Dec. 8 editorial, “Our View: Parade of Lights a wonderful event easily made better,” you commented on: “The Elks Lodge on Pine Street had plenty of parking available, ...

Veterans Day event best ever

Wow, Auburn came out by the thousands. This was the best year. The people and kids were waving flags and some had uniforms on. There was even a flyover by the Flying Doctors from A ...

Veterans Day event first-rate

I personally wish to thank all who put together the 2010 Veterans Day parade and ceremony. A special honoring of the Korean War vets was very appropriate. “They are not forgotte ...