Loyalty Day in West Bend 04-30-17
Photos by John Ehlke
Gov. Scott Walker speaks on Saturday afternoon during the VFW Wisconsin Loyalty Day Celebration in West Bend. The celebration included a morning parade with live music and food that followed. Loyalty Day began in the 1920s as a counter to the Russian Revolution celebration on May 1. VFW members ride motorcycles to begin the VFW Wisconsin Loyalty Day Celebration parade on Saturday morning  in West Bend. The celebration included a morning parade with live music and food that followed. Loyalty Day began in the 1920s as a counter to the Russian Revolution celebration on May 1. (From Left) Mikey, 9, Ryan, 7, and Ellie Held, 5, salute veterans as they walk by on Saturday during the VFW Wisconsin Loyalty Day Celebration in West Bend. The celebration included a morning parade with live music and food that followed. Loyalty Day began in the 1920s as a counter to the Russian Revolution celebration on May 1. Jon Habersetzer, 17, of West Bend carries an American flag on Saturday during the VFW Wisconsin Loyalty Day Celebration in West Bend. The celebration included a morning parade with live music and food that followed. Loyalty Day began in the 1920s as a counter to the Russian Revolution celebration on May 1. Caleb Sickler, 10, of West Bend with webelos troop No. 3791 waves an American flag as he walks along another on a float Saturday during the VFW Wisconsin Loyalty Day Celebration in West Bend. The celebration included a morning parade with live music and food that followed. Loyalty Day began in the 1920s as a counter to the Russian Revolution celebration on May 1. Patrons with the Cub Scouts troop No. 3791 walk along a float carrying a large American flag on Saturday during the VFW Wisconsin Loyalty Day Celebration in West Bend. The celebration included a morning parade with live music and food that followed. Loyalty Day began in the 1920s as a counter to the Russian Revolution celebration on May 1. Declan Schmidt, 5, left, and Liam Schmidt, 8, smiles on Saturday while watching the VFW Wisconsin Loyalty Day Celebration in West Bend. The celebration included a morning parade with live music and food that followed. Loyalty Day began in the 1920s as a counter to the Russian Revolution celebration on May 1. <br/><br/> Students from Fair Park Elementary School line up before singing on Saturday afternoon during the VFW Wisconsin Loyalty Day Celebration in West Bend. The celebration included a morning parade with live music and food that followed. Loyalty Day began in the 1920s as a counter to the Russian Revolution celebration on May 1. Adeline Bretz, 9, of West Bend smiles after seeing Gov. Scott Walker on Saturday afternoon during the VFW Wisconsin Loyalty Day Celebration in West Bend. The celebration included a morning parade with live music and food that followed. Loyalty Day began in the 1920s as a counter to the Russian Revolution celebration on May 1. Gov. Scott Walker smiles as he speaks with Bob Pick of West Bend on Saturday afternoon during the VFW Wisconsin Loyalty Day Celebration in West Bend. The celebration included a morning parade with live music and food that followed. Loyalty Day began in the 1920s as a counter to the Russian Revolution celebration on May 1. <br/><br/> Voice of Democracy winner Sarah Brown speaks on Saturday afternoon during the VFW Wisconsin Loyalty Day Celebration in West Bend. The celebration included a morning parade with live music and food that followed. Loyalty Day began in the 1920s as a counter to the Russian Revolution celebration on May 1. National VFW Commander in Chief Brian Duffy speaks on Saturday afternoon during the VFW Wisconsin Loyalty Day Celebration in West Bend. The celebration included a morning parade with live music and food that followed. Loyalty Day began in the 1920s as a counter to the Russian Revolution celebration on May 1. West Bend Mayor Kraig Sadownikow speaks on Saturday afternoon during the VFW Wisconsin Loyalty Day Celebration in West Bend. The celebration included a morning parade with live music and food that followed. Loyalty Day began in the 1920s as a counter to the Russian Revolution celebration on May 1.
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