Oak Harbor High School Navy JROTC marches downtown Monday afternoon at the annual Veterans Day Parade.

Oak Harbor High School Navy JROTC marches downtown Monday afternoon at the annual Veterans Day Parade.

Paying tribute to vets

  • Wednesday, November 13, 2019 4:07pm
  • Life

A number of groups paraded down Pioneer Way Monday in celebration of Veteran’s Day.

Photo by Laura Guido/Whidbey News-Times                                From foreground, Luke Marriott, Connor Willis, Wren Jorden, Wren Willis, Paisley Jorden, and Maddie Lewis watch the Oak Harbor High School marching band Monday afternoon at the Veterans Day Parade.

Photo by Laura Guido/Whidbey News-Times From foreground, Luke Marriott, Connor Willis, Wren Jorden, Wren Willis, Paisley Jorden, and Maddie Lewis watch the Oak Harbor High School marching band Monday afternoon at the Veterans Day Parade.

The Oak Harbor High School color guard and marching band make their way through downtown Oak Harbor Monday afternoon at the annual Veterans Day Parade.

The Oak Harbor High School color guard and marching band make their way through downtown Oak Harbor Monday afternoon at the annual Veterans Day Parade.

Photo by Laura Guido/Whidbey News-Times                                Piper Ponce, left, and Dylan Van Allen watch the Veterans Day Parade Monday afternoon on Pioneer Way.

Photo by Laura Guido/Whidbey News-Times Piper Ponce, left, and Dylan Van Allen watch the Veterans Day Parade Monday afternoon on Pioneer Way.

Ayvakaye Whitehurst admires a piece of candy she received during the Oak Harbor Veterans Day Parade. She attended with her mother Lanette Whitehurst.

Ayvakaye Whitehurst admires a piece of candy she received during the Oak Harbor Veterans Day Parade. She attended with her mother Lanette Whitehurst.

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