A historic tribute to veterans


The 97th annual Warsaw Veterans Day parade stepped off without a hitch last weekend, with hundreds in attendance and participating in the country’s oldest parade tribute to this country’s veterans. Sampson County residents joined in the celebration, either cheering from the sidewalks or taking part, like the dancers from To the Pointe Academy in Turkey and the Clinton High JROTC. Flags were hoisted in the air and planes turned everyone’s attention skyward for the flyover that made a special day that much more spectacular. The 2017 parade theme was ‘Marching Towards 100,’ honoring all those who served this great country and all of those who are marching towards the 100th parade in November 2020.


The 97th annual Warsaw Veterans Day parade stepped off without a hitch last weekend, with hundreds in attendance and participating in the country’s oldest parade tribute to this country’s veterans. Sampson County residents joined in the celebration, either cheering from the sidewalks or taking part, like the dancers from To the Pointe Academy in Turkey and the Clinton High JROTC. Flags were hoisted in the air and planes turned everyone’s attention skyward for the flyover that made a special day that much more spectacular. The 2017 parade theme was ‘Marching Towards 100,’ honoring all those who served this great country and all of those who are marching towards the 100th parade in November 2020.


The 97th annual Warsaw Veterans Day parade stepped off without a hitch last weekend, with hundreds in attendance and participating in the country’s oldest parade tribute to this country’s veterans. Sampson County residents joined in the celebration, either cheering from the sidewalks or taking part, like the dancers from To the Pointe Academy in Turkey and the Clinton High JROTC. Flags were hoisted in the air and planes turned everyone’s attention skyward for the flyover that made a special day that much more spectacular. The 2017 parade theme was ‘Marching Towards 100,’ honoring all those who served this great country and all of those who are marching towards the 100th parade in November 2020.


The 97th annual Warsaw Veterans Day parade stepped off without a hitch last weekend, with hundreds in attendance and participating in the country’s oldest parade tribute to this country’s veterans. Sampson County residents joined in the celebration, either cheering from the sidewalks or taking part, like the dancers from To the Pointe Academy in Turkey and the Clinton High JROTC. Flags were hoisted in the air and planes turned everyone’s attention skyward for the flyover that made a special day that much more spectacular. The 2017 parade theme was ‘Marching Towards 100,’ honoring all those who served this great country and all of those who are marching towards the 100th parade in November 2020.


The 97th annual Warsaw Veterans Day parade stepped off without a hitch last weekend, with hundreds in attendance and participating in the country’s oldest parade tribute to this country’s veterans. Sampson County residents joined in the celebration, either cheering from the sidewalks or taking part, like the dancers from To the Pointe Academy in Turkey and the Clinton High JROTC. Flags were hoisted in the air and planes turned everyone’s attention skyward for the flyover that made a special day that much more spectacular. The 2017 parade theme was ‘Marching Towards 100,’ honoring all those who served this great country and all of those who are marching towards the 100th parade in November 2020.


The 97th annual Warsaw Veterans Day parade stepped off without a hitch last weekend, with hundreds in attendance and participating in the country’s oldest parade tribute to this country’s veterans. Sampson County residents joined in the celebration, either cheering from the sidewalks or taking part, like the dancers from To the Pointe Academy in Turkey and the Clinton High JROTC. Flags were hoisted in the air and planes turned everyone’s attention skyward for the flyover that made a special day that much more spectacular. The 2017 parade theme was ‘Marching Towards 100,’ honoring all those who served this great country and all of those who are marching towards the 100th parade in November 2020.

The 97th annual Warsaw Veterans Day parade stepped off without a hitch last weekend, with hundreds in attendance and participating in the country’s oldest parade tribute to this country’s veterans. Sampson County residents joined in the celebration, either cheering from the sidewalks or taking part, like the dancers from To the Pointe Academy in Turkey and the Clinton High JROTC. Flags were hoisted in the air and planes turned everyone’s attention skyward for the flyover that made a special day that much more spectacular. The 2017 parade theme was ‘Marching Towards 100,’ honoring all those who served this great country and all of those who are marching towards the 100th parade in November 2020.

The 97th annual Warsaw Veterans Day parade stepped off without a hitch last weekend, with hundreds in attendance and participating in the country’s oldest parade tribute to this country’s veterans. Sampson County residents joined in the celebration, either cheering from the sidewalks or taking part, like the dancers from To the Pointe Academy in Turkey and the Clinton High JROTC. Flags were hoisted in the air and planes turned everyone’s attention skyward for the flyover that made a special day that much more spectacular. The 2017 parade theme was ‘Marching Towards 100,’ honoring all those who served this great country and all of those who are marching towards the 100th parade in November 2020.

The 97th annual Warsaw Veterans Day parade stepped off without a hitch last weekend, with hundreds in attendance and participating in the country’s oldest parade tribute to this country’s veterans. Sampson County residents joined in the celebration, either cheering from the sidewalks or taking part, like the dancers from To the Pointe Academy in Turkey and the Clinton High JROTC. Flags were hoisted in the air and planes turned everyone’s attention skyward for the flyover that made a special day that much more spectacular. The 2017 parade theme was ‘Marching Towards 100,’ honoring all those who served this great country and all of those who are marching towards the 100th parade in November 2020.

The 97th annual Warsaw Veterans Day parade stepped off without a hitch last weekend, with hundreds in attendance and participating in the country’s oldest parade tribute to this country’s veterans. Sampson County residents joined in the celebration, either cheering from the sidewalks or taking part, like the dancers from To the Pointe Academy in Turkey and the Clinton High JROTC. Flags were hoisted in the air and planes turned everyone’s attention skyward for the flyover that made a special day that much more spectacular. The 2017 parade theme was ‘Marching Towards 100,’ honoring all those who served this great country and all of those who are marching towards the 100th parade in November 2020.

The 97th annual Warsaw Veterans Day parade stepped off without a hitch last weekend, with hundreds in attendance and participating in the country’s oldest parade tribute to this country’s veterans. Sampson County residents joined in the celebration, either cheering from the sidewalks or taking part, like the dancers from To the Pointe Academy in Turkey and the Clinton High JROTC. Flags were hoisted in the air and planes turned everyone’s attention skyward for the flyover that made a special day that much more spectacular. The 2017 parade theme was ‘Marching Towards 100,’ honoring all those who served this great country and all of those who are marching towards the 100th parade in November 2020.
http://www.clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/web1_Vet-2.jpgThe 97th annual Warsaw Veterans Day parade stepped off without a hitch last weekend, with hundreds in attendance and participating in the country’s oldest parade tribute to this country’s veterans. Sampson County residents joined in the celebration, either cheering from the sidewalks or taking part, like the dancers from To the Pointe Academy in Turkey and the Clinton High JROTC. Flags were hoisted in the air and planes turned everyone’s attention skyward for the flyover that made a special day that much more spectacular. The 2017 parade theme was ‘Marching Towards 100,’ honoring all those who served this great country and all of those who are marching towards the 100th parade in November 2020.

The 97th annual Warsaw Veterans Day parade stepped off without a hitch last weekend, with hundreds in attendance and participating in the country’s oldest parade tribute to this country’s veterans. Sampson County residents joined in the celebration, either cheering from the sidewalks or taking part, like the dancers from To the Pointe Academy in Turkey and the Clinton High JROTC. Flags were hoisted in the air and planes turned everyone’s attention skyward for the flyover that made a special day that much more spectacular. The 2017 parade theme was ‘Marching Towards 100,’ honoring all those who served this great country and all of those who are marching towards the 100th parade in November 2020.
http://www.clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/web1_IMG_6670.jpgThe 97th annual Warsaw Veterans Day parade stepped off without a hitch last weekend, with hundreds in attendance and participating in the country’s oldest parade tribute to this country’s veterans. Sampson County residents joined in the celebration, either cheering from the sidewalks or taking part, like the dancers from To the Pointe Academy in Turkey and the Clinton High JROTC. Flags were hoisted in the air and planes turned everyone’s attention skyward for the flyover that made a special day that much more spectacular. The 2017 parade theme was ‘Marching Towards 100,’ honoring all those who served this great country and all of those who are marching towards the 100th parade in November 2020.

The 97th annual Warsaw Veterans Day parade stepped off without a hitch last weekend, with hundreds in attendance and participating in the country’s oldest parade tribute to this country’s veterans. Sampson County residents joined in the celebration, either cheering from the sidewalks or taking part, like the dancers from To the Pointe Academy in Turkey and the Clinton High JROTC. Flags were hoisted in the air and planes turned everyone’s attention skyward for the flyover that made a special day that much more spectacular. The 2017 parade theme was ‘Marching Towards 100,’ honoring all those who served this great country and all of those who are marching towards the 100th parade in November 2020.
http://www.clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/web1_IMG_6784.jpgThe 97th annual Warsaw Veterans Day parade stepped off without a hitch last weekend, with hundreds in attendance and participating in the country’s oldest parade tribute to this country’s veterans. Sampson County residents joined in the celebration, either cheering from the sidewalks or taking part, like the dancers from To the Pointe Academy in Turkey and the Clinton High JROTC. Flags were hoisted in the air and planes turned everyone’s attention skyward for the flyover that made a special day that much more spectacular. The 2017 parade theme was ‘Marching Towards 100,’ honoring all those who served this great country and all of those who are marching towards the 100th parade in November 2020.

The 97th annual Warsaw Veterans Day parade stepped off without a hitch last weekend, with hundreds in attendance and participating in the country’s oldest parade tribute to this country’s veterans. Sampson County residents joined in the celebration, either cheering from the sidewalks or taking part, like the dancers from To the Pointe Academy in Turkey and the Clinton High JROTC. Flags were hoisted in the air and planes turned everyone’s attention skyward for the flyover that made a special day that much more spectacular. The 2017 parade theme was ‘Marching Towards 100,’ honoring all those who served this great country and all of those who are marching towards the 100th parade in November 2020.
http://www.clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/web1_Vet-1.jpgThe 97th annual Warsaw Veterans Day parade stepped off without a hitch last weekend, with hundreds in attendance and participating in the country’s oldest parade tribute to this country’s veterans. Sampson County residents joined in the celebration, either cheering from the sidewalks or taking part, like the dancers from To the Pointe Academy in Turkey and the Clinton High JROTC. Flags were hoisted in the air and planes turned everyone’s attention skyward for the flyover that made a special day that much more spectacular. The 2017 parade theme was ‘Marching Towards 100,’ honoring all those who served this great country and all of those who are marching towards the 100th parade in November 2020.

The 97th annual Warsaw Veterans Day parade stepped off without a hitch last weekend, with hundreds in attendance and participating in the country’s oldest parade tribute to this country’s veterans. Sampson County residents joined in the celebration, either cheering from the sidewalks or taking part, like the dancers from To the Pointe Academy in Turkey and the Clinton High JROTC. Flags were hoisted in the air and planes turned everyone’s attention skyward for the flyover that made a special day that much more spectacular. The 2017 parade theme was ‘Marching Towards 100,’ honoring all those who served this great country and all of those who are marching towards the 100th parade in November 2020.
http://www.clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/web1_IMG_6684.jpgThe 97th annual Warsaw Veterans Day parade stepped off without a hitch last weekend, with hundreds in attendance and participating in the country’s oldest parade tribute to this country’s veterans. Sampson County residents joined in the celebration, either cheering from the sidewalks or taking part, like the dancers from To the Pointe Academy in Turkey and the Clinton High JROTC. Flags were hoisted in the air and planes turned everyone’s attention skyward for the flyover that made a special day that much more spectacular. The 2017 parade theme was ‘Marching Towards 100,’ honoring all those who served this great country and all of those who are marching towards the 100th parade in November 2020.
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