Memorial Day Salute Runs Friday, Saturday

Fulton’s largest annual celebration kicks off Friday night at the Community Center, as Memorial Day Salute begins its two-day run.

The event is put on by Fulton’s service clubs and helps them raise money for their charitable community activities.  The clubs provide the food and drink sold at the event.

The county’s largest parade steps off at 10:00 a.m. Saturday.  There’ll be fireworks Friday night and an appearance by 70’s hit band Orleans on Saturday night.

Musical schedule:

5:00 p.m.: Fulton High School Jazz Band

6:00 p.m.: Rick Bush

7:00 p.m.:  Dr. Boogie


10:00 a.m.: Parade through Futlon

Noon: Marching bands on stage

2:00 p.m.: Off-Broadway dancers

3:30 p.m.: The Magic of Virgil

5:00 p.m.: Fulton Community Band

6:00 p.m.: L.A. Rising

8:00 p.m.: Orleans

And to get you in the mood, here’s a slideshow of last year’s parade:

1 Comment

  1. It seems to me, Memorial Day was intended to be a day of quiet remembering of the dead veterans. Not a day of celebration. That was reserved for the July 4th celebration. Whats wrong with you people?

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