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Miami Beach Salutes Veterans

Miami Beach Salutes Veterans

On Thursday November 11th, the City of Miami Beach celebrated Veteran’s Day with a Parade stretching from 17th and Washington Avenue (Convention Center Drive) and continued to 11th Street at Flamingo Park. The turnout of this Parade involved over 2,000 participants and over 80 businesses, organizations, associations and schools. The Veterans Day ceremonies have been held in the City of Miami Beach for over 45 years, and this year’s outcome further proves the City’s support and immense gratitude for all Veterans.

The American Legion Miami Beach Post 85, the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 3559, all Veterans who served and their families would like to give a special thank you to everyone who helped organize and participated in the Veteran’s Day Parade including:

Grand Marshal Commissioner Jerry Libbin and Aide Enid Rodriguez

City of Miami Beach, Fire & Police Departments

Chief Carlos Noriega & Captain Mark Causey

Thank you to all of the Parade & Ceremony Participants & Volunteers and Sponsors/Contributors for helping make this year’s Veterans Day a success:

Advanced Mechanical Enterprises, Inc.

All Elected Officials

Boucher Brothers

Centerplate

Coca-Cola

Costco

Fontainebleau

Global Spectrum

Hands on Miami

Mango’s Tropical Café

Miami Beach Police Athletic League

Miami Beach Reserve Police Officers

Miami Beach Kiwanis & Kiwanis Key Club

Police Explorers, Sgt. Daniel Morgalo

Rabbi Weberman/Miami Beach Police Chaplain

Rosen Switkes & Entin P.L.

School Board Member Dr. Martin Karp

Southern Audio Visual

Teen Job Corps

Touch Catering

Tremont Towing

Waste Management

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