LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI)—Hundreds of people lined the streets of Lafayette in honor of Memorial Day.
The city held its annual parade on Main Street Monday morning.
Thirty seven organizations participated, including some familiar faces from right here at News 18.
Last year's Memorial Day parade was canceled due to Covid-19, and participants said it felt good to be back.
"With us having our shots and seeing people walking around, you can recognize people now without their masks on," said parade participant Todd Harrington. "So, it's so nice."
"It's just so nice to see everyone out here and just have a good time with them," said Owen Babiak, a parade participant with Boy Scout Troop 372.
The parade ended at Columbian park near the maintenance building where the Indiana Veterans Council hosted a program with music and a speaker.