For 100th Time, Veterans Remember World War I

For 100th Time, Veterans

Remember World War I

Leading the Cooperstown Vets’ Club contingent at this morning’s Veterans’ Day Parade, commemorating the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I, are, from left, John Aurelio, David Sanford, Tim Moakler and Jack Henson.  The parade – units included the CCS Marching Band and the Cooperstown Volunteer Fire Department – proceeded up Main Street and down Pine Boulevard to the Doughboy Statue, across Lake Street from The Otesaga.  Inset, Dr. Ted Peters, the retired Bassett researcher, a former submariner who is among the village’s most venerable veterans, attended, as he has for more than a half-century now.  (Jim Kevlin/AllOTSEGO.com)

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