Polish Constitution Day Parade in Parma May 6, 2018
The Polish Constitution of May 3, 1791 was the first constitution to follow the 1788 ratification of the United States Constitution. May 3 was restored as an official Polish holiday in April 1990, after the fall of communism. It is celebrated in Cleveland with events including a parade and ceremony in Parma's Polish Village.
This video shows some highlights of the 2018 Polish Constitution Day Parade in Parma featuring the Parma and Normandy HS marching bands and more.
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Enjoy these other images from the 2018 Polish Constitution Day Parade in Parma.
Polish legion, Veterans and organizations
Grand Marshall - the late Francis Rutkowski represented by his family
Miss Polonia 2018
Parma High School Band
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Baltic Nations at Polish Constitution Day Parade in Parma
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