Thursday Nov 11 2010 comments Veterans Day Parade By: Auburn Journal photography by Ben Furtado -A +A World War II veteran and POW Mark Osweiler of Auburn, solutes the patriotic crowd while riding with other veterans on the Masons of Auburn Eureka Lodge 16 float during the Veterans Day Parade Thursday morning. Dressed as a soldier Luke Bone, 11, of Cool, stands front and center on Lincoln Way watching the Veterans Day Parade Thursday."It's really nice to see every one out here honoring people who have died and serve for all of us," said Luke. Jade Swain, 8, and her family friend Denise Lonbirk, fly their red, white and blue colors during the Veterans Day Parade on Lincoln Way. Rumbling down Lincoln Way, Korean War Veteran John Murray rides with members of the American Veteran Legion Riders, Chapter 84 club during the parade Thursday. Scott Merrill, formerly of the U.S. Army Military Police, shows his patriotic spirit with stars and stripes while watching the Veterans Day Parade. Members of the NorCal Tea Party Patriots make their presence known on Lincoln Way during the Veterans Day Parade. Parade goers gather at Central Square, taking pictures, waving flags and showing their support for all veterans. Girl Scout troop 927 mom, Kathryn MacRoberts of Newcastle, is all about the red, white and blue as the parade marches into the Gold Country Fairgrounds. Joe and Gloria Bilotta of Cool, display their Bennington American Flag, representing the 13 original colonies. Jack Singrasabout of Florin High School, hollers out marching commands during the Veterans Parade Thursday. World War II veteran William North, of Auburn, served from 1941-1946 as a 2nd Lieutenant in the Army Reserve. The Placer County Council Navy League rolls down Lincoln Way with class during the Veterans Parade Thursday.