In Nashua, a 'beautiful day to remember our veterans'
There are 131,000 veterans in New Hampshire, according to Lozeau, who said that is about 10 percent of the Granite State's population.
Local bands, cheerleaders, veterans, city officials and Boy and Girl Scouts joined in the Veterans Day parade, which stepped off at Holman Stadium and traveled onto Main Street where people of all ages gathered to watch and celebrate New Hampshire's veterans.
Veterans Day is about remembering the countless sacrifices of so many people that have enabled America to live in freedom, said Steve Bahsler of Nashua, master of the group.
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