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VisitScotia.com - May 25, 2005
Memorial Day

A threat of rain wasn't enough to keep the crowds away from the 77th Annual Scotia-Glenville Memorial Day Parade.

Click the link below for Parade photos.
Scotia-Glenville Memorial Day Parade Slideshow

Grand Marshal of this year's parade was Command Sergeant Major Joyce O'Neil of the 56th Personnel Services Battalion.

Our Honorary Grand Marshal is Reverend William L. Gray, Rector Emeritus of St. Andrew's Episcopal Church.

Victorian Tea Hostesses

Sunday, May 22nd, the Friends of the Flint House together with the Scotia Historical Society hosted a Victorian Tea. Dedicated local volunteers provided plenty of atmosphere and yummy treats.

Lady Victoria and Lady Elizabeth from The Victorian Tea Room provided a variety of teas.

A link to the photo slide show available at the "Friends of the Flint House" web site, "Friends of the Flint House"

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