Memorial Day Observances and Grand Parade of Flags at the Montgomery County Veterans Memorial Park
CONROE, TX -- The Montgomery County Veterans Memorial Commission (MCVMC) is hosting the Memorial Day Observance and Dedication of The Line, The Montgomery County Veterans Memorial Monument, and the Grand Parade of “The Pathway of Flags” on Monday, May 30 at 11:00am at the Montgomery County Veterans Memorial Park, located at 1776 Freedom Blvd in Conroe, Texas, adjacent to the Montgomery County Central Library and the Lone Star Monument and Historical Flag Park.
The MCVMC invites you to participate in The Grand Parade of Flags. We will be posting 150, 3'x5' American Flags on 9-foot lanyards around Reflection Pond. Bring as many Veterans, families, and guests as you wish. You will be marching with different posts from across several counties and representatives from the county and cities from Montgomery County. Small handheld American Flags will be given to everyone who would like to “march” in the Grand Parade. There will be a short program, music by the Jazz Connection, and a wreath laying in addition to the Grand Parade.
“People are coming to the Montgomery County Veterans Memorial Park from all across the county in honor of our Veterans. United We Stand!” announced Chairman of the MCVMP, Judge Jimmie C. Williams, III, retired USMC.
The MCVMC is honored to have Major Courtney J. Boston, Commanding Officer at the Houston Recruiting Station speak at the event on Memorial Day Event. Major Courtney J. Boston is from Trinity, Texas where he attended Trinity High School and received a full athletic scholarship to play Football at Sam Houston State University in Huntsville, Texas. Major Boston was a two-sport collegiate athlete competing in both Football and Track. In 2004 he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology before starting a career in Education at Huntsville High School. There he taught Special Education, coached Football as a Defensive Coordinator and was the Head Coach for Track and Field. Major Boston then answered the call to enter the United States Marine Corps and became a Marine Officer.
The public is encouraged to arrive early for a seat under the tent at the entrance to the Montgomery County Veterans Memorial Park. The Montgomery County Central Library parking lot is available for those needing special assistance, all others are encouraged to park directly across the street at the Conroe Park and Ride.
Montgomery County Veterans Memorial Commission is a nonprofit organization dedicated to educating, illuminating, and enriching our youth, families, and communities from this state and this nation to the services, experiences and sacrifices of our United States Veterans and First Responders.
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