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Wareham

Grand marshal announced

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Jim Bruce, owner of Wareham-based E.L. Morse Lumber, has been chosen to be grand marshal of the Veterans Day parade. William R.C. “Bob” White, a volunteer who is helping coordinate the Nov. 11 parade, said Bruce is a longtime resident and Navy veteran who served in Vietnam. White said the parade will start at 10:30 a.m. from the lower end of Main Street in Wareham and proceed up to Chapel Street and past Town Hall. A ceremony will be held after the parade, and a potluck lunch will be served to veterans in the town’s Multi-Service Center at 48 Marion Road.

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