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Armed Forces Day Parade this weekend!

Armed Forces Day Parade - Lawton-Ft. Sill's Nationally Recognized and the largest Armed Forces Day Parade in the Nation will be on Saturday, May 17, 2008 with over 150 entries expected. The parade will begin at 10a.m. and will end at approximately Noon at Elmer Thomas Park. "America Supports You" is the theme for the 2008 Lawton Fort Sill Armed Forces Day celebration as designated by the Department of Defense. Decorated parade entries should exhibit creativity and originality within the parade theme "America Supports You" and of course, winners in each of the three parade categories; small non-profit, large non-profit and commercial; will win cash prizes with 1st place receiving $500. Participation is Free to and open to all groups and organizations.   Click here for parade route map.
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