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Henryville makes plans to mark one year since March 2

HENRYVILLE, IN (WAVE) – Residents in southern Indiana are preparing to mark one year since tornados ripped several cities and towns apart.

On Saturday, March 2, Henryville businesses and community members have planned a Day of Remembrance. It includes a parade to pay tribute to emergency and cleanup crews and flag dedication.

On March 2, 2012, 39 people died in Kentucky and Indiana as a line containing several tornados crossed the states.  Henryville lost countless homes and large parts of the high school were destroyed.    

Here's the schedule for the entire day in Henryville:

     1:00 p.m.      Flag dedication at The New Washington State Bank

     1:30 p.m.      Parade begins at Monroe Township Fire Department, 315 S. Ferguson St.

     2:30 p.m.      March 2 Commemoration Ceremony at Henryville High School

     Immediately after Commemoration - Henryville High School Family Fair

     4:00 p.m.      Kiwanis Free-with-Donation Spaghetti Supper (HHS Scholarship Fund)

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