Friday Nov 11 2011 comments Veterans Day Parade By: Auburn Journal photography by Ben Furtado -A +A Members of the Knights of Columbus stay in formation during the parade. E.V. Cain marching band. Del Oro High marching band. Members of the Sons of the American Revolution Gold Country Chapter march their way down High Street near Central Square during the Veterans Parade. Bear River High marching band. Placer High marching band. Liam Marchi, 6, checks out the tracks to the 1942 Chevrolet half track parked at the Gold COuntry Fairgrounds after the Veterans Day Parade. The scene of the Veterans Day Parade captures the interest Zachary Mefford, 9, as he shows his support to Veterans. Karena Wollesen, waves to the parade crowd from the passenger seat of this original 1942 Chevrolet half track, which was in the Army's 9th service command during World War II. Bruce Hrabak drives his restored 1944 Ford made U.S. Army Jeep, along side his brother Robert at this years Veterans Day Parade. The "Uncommon Valor Was A Common Virtue" miniature statue serves as a hood ornament for a WWII Jeep. Members of the American Legion Riders, Chapter 84, rumble through Downtown Auburn during the parade. Auburn residents Lotte O'Neil, and her husband U.S. Marine veteran Doug O'Neil, give thanks to those who fought, and continue to fight, for this country during the Veterans Day Parade Friday. Members of the Girl Scouts, wear throw back uniforms dating back to the 1960's, while marching in the Veterans parade. Bella Prince, 2, displays miniature American flags with her sister, Morgan, 5, and their 12-year-old brother Hunter moments before the start of the Veterans Parade in Downtown Auburn. Karen Jansz, and Emily Jaquish, 7, show their American spirit during the parade on Veterans Day. U.S. Army veteran staff sergeant, Russ Harris, acknowledges supporters aboard the Auburn Mason Family Float during the Veterans Parade Friday in Auburn. A fly over adds to the show at the Veterans Day Parade Friday in Downtown Auburn. Vietnam Veterans march down Lincoln Way, led by Boy Scouts during the Veterans Day Parade Friday. Spectators line Lincoln Way with red, white and blue to show their support to Veterans. Parade spectators find their spot along High Street, waving American flags during the veterans Day Parade Friday. U.S. Marine veteran, Doris Dennis, waves to the High Street crowd during the Veterans Day Parade Friday morning in Downtown Auburn. Korean War Veteran Allen Barringer, shows his support for women veterans by wearing the medal especially struck to honor women in the U.S. armed forces.