Annual Parade To Be Held In New City

Dated: August 28 2013

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Looking for a family fun activity?  Come to the Rockland County Volunteer Fireman's Assocation 101st Annual Parade and 125th Anniversary celebration of the New City Fire Engine Co. No. 1 on Saturday, Sept. 7th starting at 2pm.  This year the parade will be held in New City, and the parade will feature the Budweiser Clydedale horses! The parade is to cover about 2 miles, with the line up starting off of side streets off of Little Tor Rd. by Italiana's. It will continue up Collyer Ave, then onto Main St. The parade will end in front of the Rockland County Courthouse.  There will be over 30 participating fire companies with over 100 trucks, a little kids dream come true!  

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Kacy Coyle Dow

Growing up in Rockland County and being a 3rd generation realtor, it was important for me to continue the "Coyle & Coyle" family tradition of real estate. I understand the importance of professionali....

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