Parade line-up announced

Published 2:56 am Saturday, May 28, 2005

By Staff
The Niles Memorial Day Parade line-up is as follows:
1. Niles Police Dept.
2. Niles Twp. Police Dept.
3. Berrien County Sheriff's Dept.
4. Parade Marshall, Sheriff Bailey
5. Master of Ceremonies, Larry Clymer
6. Post 26 Color Guard
7. Son's of American Legion 26
8. Auxiliary Unit 26, Miss Poppy Unit 26
9. Niles High School Marching Band
10. Four Flags Floozies - Red Hot Society
11. Veterans Memorial Committee
12. Korean Group - Niles/Buchanan Area
13. Am Vets
14. Civil Air Patrol
15. Niles Shrine Club
16. Larry Sanders - Little Car &Two Clowns
17. Millennium Steak House
18. Fred Upton, 6th District Congressman
19. John Proos, Chief of Staff-District Director
20. Bret Witkowski, City Treasurer
21. Clark Tow Service
22. Brandywine High School Band
23. Miss Niles-Brandywine Float
24. Miss Niles-Brandywine Committee
25. Beacon Baptist Church
26. Red Hot Dizzie Dames
27. Jolly Roger Flag Car Service
28. Niles Jr. High Band
29. Four Flags Area Apple Festival - Court
30. Four Flags Area Apple Festival - King and Queen
31. Four Flags Area Apple Festival - Seedling Float
32. Mr. and Mrs. Riverfest
33. Girl Scout Troops
34. Boy Scout Troops
35. Antique Cars, Trucks, Tractor
36. SMCAS Ambulance
37. Niles City Fire Dept.
38. Niles Twp. Fire Dept.
39. Howard Township Fire Dept.
40. Morris Farms Fire Dept.
41. Bicycles - skateboards – etc.
42. Horses
All bicycles, skateboards, etc. must stay in lineup of parade. Ceremonies at Silverbrook Cemetery follow parade.
The parade line-up will start at 9:15 a.m. Monday, May 30. Parade will start at 10 a.m. sharp! Line-up at North State Street and West Main Street in front of the Y.M.C.A. on State Street. Late applications will be put in the lineup.
Thanks to all those who participate, from the American Legion Post #26, Parade Chairmen: Harry Roberts and Julie Winquist.
Other Memorial Day ceremonies on Sunday, May 29 include:
Mission Hills Cemetery – 11 a.m.
Niles Veterans Memorial – 2 p.m.
Guest Speaker, John Street
Chaplain, Sue Aikman