What's Up, Waveland? November 2021
Waveland alderman Jeremy Burke reports on upcoming paving projects around the city, and plans for the Veterans Day parade.
- by Jeremy Burke
Waveland plans to partner with the Hancock County Board of Supervisors to repave the Kiln-Waveland Cutoff Road. However, before that road can be paved, Waveland must ascertain why the road continues to fail. This is a project that is likely to be addressed in 2022.
Waveland Veterans Parade
There will be a Veterans Parade on Saturday, November 13, at 11 am on Coleman Avenue.
Brave men and women have served our country for more than two centuries, sacrificing much in order to protect our freedoms. We want to celebrate and honor them for their service.
Holding the parade on a Saturday allows the youth of our community not only to attend or participate in the parade, but to learn about civic pride. Our hope is that they will carry on this tradition.
Veterans of the Bay/Waveland and Hancock County areas are invited to participate by riding in the parade. We also encourage groups who would like to march in the parade, and any individuals or businesses interested in sponsoring the event, to contact us. Most of all, we want members of our community to join together in honoring our veterans by attending the parade.
If you are a veteran or part of a group who would like to participate, or if your business would like to become a sponsor, please contact Kristen Tusa at 228-209-7399, or email email@example.com.
We look forward to honoring the brave men and women of our community.
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