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Updated: June 19, 2019 @ 4:37 pm
Veterans wave to community members in the crowd as the Memorial Day Parade proceeds through downtown Baraboo on Monday.
Glen Amundsen greets his friend and U.S. Army veteran Richard Devine before the Memorial Day Parade in Baraboo on Monday. Devine said it was his first time attending a Memorial Day parade since 1989.
Members of the Baraboo High School Symphony Band prepare to perform during a Memorial Day parade in Baraboo on Monday.
Savannah Gonsalves, 3, of North Freedom stands beside 9-month-old Nova Romberg of Baraboo, right, before Monday's Memorial Day parade in downtown Baraboo.
Erin Hinds of North Freedom hugs her daughter Savannah Gonsalves, 3, during Monday's Memorial Day parade in downtown Baraboo. To their right is 9-month-old Nova Romberg, whose mother also came to see the parade.
Erin Hinds of North Freedom takes a selfie with her children during Monday's Memorial Day parade in downtown Baraboo.
Baraboo's boy scout troop marches through downtown Baraboo as part of Monday's Memorial Day parade.
American League Post 26 commander Don Topahm, left, looks over to community members in the crowd Monday as a Memorial Day parade proceeds through downtown Baraboo.
Baraboo Mayor Mike Palm holds Trevor Spencer, 2, as they watch the Memorial Day Parade proceed through downtown Baraboo on Monday. Palm said his wife was baby-sitting Trevor, and they wanted him to have a chance to enjoy the parade.
Colin Bebber, 8, of Baraboo stands beside a decorative artillery model outside the Sauk County Courthouse on Monday.
Maggie Parchem, 9, of Baraboo scales a decorative artillery model outside the Sauk County Courthouse on Monday.
American League Post 26 member Jim Brice reads Logan's Orders during a Memorial Day ceremony Monday in the American Legion Post 26 Headquarters in downtown Baraboo.
Retired U.S. Army Colonel Jim Konicki, right, and American Legion Post 26 member Bill Crowley salute the American Flag on Monday during a Memorial Day ceremony in Baraboo.
Veterans stand at attention after giving a rifle salute Monday on the Walnut Street river bridge in Baraboo.
A bouquet of flowers floats down the Baraboo River in memory of of fallen U.S. Navy soldiers on Monday.
Members of the American Legion Post 26 enjoy one another's fellowship Monday after a Memorial Day ceremony at their headquarters in Baraboo.
American Legion Post 26 member Steve Rundio said veterans generally feel more appreciated in…
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