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Mishawaka cancels Memorial Day Parade

(Photo supplied/City of Mishawaka)

For the 3rd year in a row there will be no Memorial Day Parade in Mishawaka.

This time, however, it has nothing to do with COVID.

Mayor Dave Wood says some construction downtown made it necessary to change the route, and all of the alternatives would cause traffic safety issues for the public. The parade, which is mostly run by volunteers from several veteran’s groups, is also in need of more volunteers.

WNDU reports that Osceola WILL have their parade this year and want to invite the people of Mishawaka to enjoy the festivities.


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1 comment

DAVID+A+KRIEGEL May 13, 2022 at 7:31 am

Please interview the Veterans that try and put on the parade for the real rest of the story Construction was a minor issue American Legion Post 161 and VFW Post 360


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