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Photo gallery: Westmoreland City Labor Day parade

| Thursday, Sept. 5, 2013, 3:30 p.m.
Lillian DeDomenic | For The Norwin Star
Sgt. Ed Huszar, a WWII veteran, leads a Labor Day parade down Walnut Street. St. Joe's Polish Club in Westmoreland City celebrated the Labor Day holiday weekend with its annual parade.
Lillian DeDomenic | For The Norwin Star
Jordan Sauter, 3, waits for the parade to begin. St. Joe's Polish Club in Westmoreland City celebrated the Labor Day holiday weekend with its annual parade.
Lillian DeDomenic | For The Norwin Star
Ron Kozain and Lori Sinclair reign as the parade's 2013 King and Queen. St. Joe's Polish club in Westmoreland City celebrated the Labor Day holiday weekend with its annual parade.
Lillian DeDomenic | For The Norwin Star
'The Three Stooges' Jimmy Sinclair, Kirk Hebenthal and Jim Sinclair, Jr., wave to parade watchers. St. Joe's Polish Club in Westmoreland City celebrated the Labor Day holiday weekend with its annual parade.
Lillian DeDomenic | For The Norwin Star
'Cooper,' the Westmoreland City Fire Departments mascot, rides proudly in the passenger seat of the fire truck with firefighter Jason Antebeger at the wheel. St. Joe's Polish Club in Westmoreland City celebrated the Labor Day holiday weekend with its annual parade.
Lillian DeDomenic | For The Norwin Star
The North Huntingdon Marvelettes entertained the parade watchers at the reviewing stand. St. Joe's Polish Club in Westmoreland City celebrated the Labor Day holiday weekend with its annual parade.

St. Joe's Polish Club in Westmoreland City celebrated the Labor Day holiday weekend with its annual parade, held on Sept. 1.

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