Merritt Island Independence Day Parade Set For July 4th, Hosted By BCSO and Veterans Memorial Center
By Space Coast Daily // July 4, 2019
parade starts at 10 a.m.
BREVARD COUNTY • MERRITT ISLAND, FLORIDA – Brevard Sheriff Wayne Ivey is inviting Merritt Island residents to partake in the July 4th Merritt Island Independence Day Parade.
Sheriff Ivey says the parade will begin at 10 a.m. from Edgewood Jr./Sr. High School and end at the Veterans Memorial Center.
“Please put on your favorite red, white and blue outfit, grab your American Flag and join us at 10:00 for a good old fashion America themed parade along the streets of Merritt Island,” said Sheriff Ivey.
“This year the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office and Veterans Memorial Center are partnering together to host the “Merritt Island Independence Day Parade” that will start at Edgewood Jr./Sr. High School and travel to the Veterans Memorial Center.
The parade is an opportunity to bring your family and join the community in celebrating the independence of our great nation while also enjoying some incredible floats, military vehicles, music and various units from the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office including our Mounted Posse, Ag/Marine Unit, Animal Services, Explorers, K-9’s, Corrections Team, Motor Unit, and of course I will be there with my favorite K-9, “Junny!!”
After the parade you can join us at the Veterans Memorial Center for some hamburgers and hotdogs and other refreshments so I look forward to seeing everyone there on July 4th at 10:00 as we all celebrate America and everything it stands for!”
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