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Residents gathered Saturday at the Cedar Morris Hill Park to celebrate community.
The annual Memorial Day Parade was held Sunday afternoon.
Everything from fire trucks, to veterans and clowns could be viewed downtown Sunday afternoon during the 24th Annual Glen Burnie Memorial Day Parade. Floats and groups left Corkran Middle School on Quarterfield Road and went north on Crain Highway to Post 40 Road. The parade featured patriotic music, marching bands and an opening ceremony at the judges' reviewing stand in front of the Glen Burnie Improvement Association on Crain Highway. Some of the participating groups included Peace Lutheran Church, Freestate Clown Alley No. 30, Glen Burnie Civitans, Glen Burnie Elks Lodge No. 2266 and the Lansdowne Shooting Stars.
The annual Ferndale Day parade and celebration was held Sunday.