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Marble Falls residents welcome back soldiers with Labor Day parade

First Lt. Tyler Magerkurth (back, left) enjoys a welcome-back parade in Marble Falls along with Christynn Demetriou and his parents Brian (driving) and Valarie Magerkurth. Magerkurth recently returned from Afghanistan. KBEY 103.9 FM Radio Picayune and The Picayune sponsored a parade Sept. 2 for Magerkurth and five other Army first lieutenants. Staff photo by Daniel Clifton

Marble Falls resident Sharleen Reitz waves the American flag as members of the Marble Falls VFW Post 10376 lead a parade Sept. 2 down RR 1431 in Marble Falls in honor of a group of Army soldiers. KBEY 103.9 FM Radio Picayune and The Picayune sponsored the parade, which honored six soldiers, some who recently returned from overseas. Staff photo by Daniel Clifton

A parade spectators hugs a veteran during the Labor Day parade Sept. 2 in Marble Falls. KBEY 103.9 FM, The Picayune and Marble Falls VFW Post 10376 sponsored the parade, which honored six Army officers, several of whom recently returned from Afghanistan. Staff photo by Daniel Clifton

Member of the Marble Falls VFW Post 10376 lead the way during the Sept. 2 Labor Day parade honoring several active-duty Army officers. Several of the soldiers recently returned from Afghanistan. The parade started at First United Methodist Church in Marble Falls and took RR 1431 to the VFW post, where volunteers treated the Army officers and their families to a barbecue lunch. Staff photo by Daniel Clifton

Kay Baker of KBEY 103.9 FM Radio Picayune enjoys a ride in the Labor Day parade in the Marble Falls Fire Rescue truck. The parade honored six Army officers. Several of the soldiers recently returned from Afghanistan. Staff photo by Daniel Clifton

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