Chicago turns out for Memorial Day parade

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The Noble Network of Charter Schools ROTC march in Chicago’s Memorial Day parade on Saturday. | James Foster / Sun-Times

On a beautiful day Saturday, Chicago’s Memorial Day parade drew a big crowd. The parade stepped off at noon and headed south on State Street from Lake Street to Van Buren Streer. There was also a wreath-laying ceremony at the Eternal Flame at Daley Plaza. Photos for the Sun-Times by James Foster



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