Dacula Memorial Day Parade Print





We need 286 volunteers to join us as we carry signs that individually represent Fallen Georgia Soldiers down the 1.1 mile Dacula Memorial Day Parade route.  The signs that volunteers will be carrying are the same signs that line the race course of the Fallen Heroes of Georgia road race.  These soldiers gave their lives in Iraq and Afghanistan, and now we have the chance represent them in an event that honors and remembers their life lived and lost. 

The signs of our Fallen will be given out on a first come and first serve basis to those who had  RVSP'd to the address listed below.  Our involvement in this parade represents the true meaning of this often misunderstood holiday, so please don’t miss volunteering your time for this very meaningful cause.   I could go on and on about how powerful this experience is for all who attend, so come out with your family and friends and make some great memories.

RSVP:  Just email  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it  with your number of volunteers and you're in!

Thank you and we’ll see you all soon,

Steve Durling
Fallen Heroes of Georgia, Inc.


  • Location: In Dacula Georgia which is east of Lawrenceville.
  • Date: Memorial Day- Monday, May 28th, 2018
  • Time: Arrive at the staging by no later9:00am, signs given out at 9:30am, parade starts at 10:00am, and finished by 11:15am or so.
  • Parking: Parade volunteers will direct drivers to the overflow parking area of Hebron Baptist Church.
  • Staging: All parade participants will stage in the Hebron Baptist parking lot.
  • Meeting Spot: Located at the front covered entrance leading into Hebron Baptist Church 'worship center'.
  • Recommended Attire: Weather appropriate, dress like you are representing the Fallen.
  • Age & Ability: The weather will be warm & humid, and the parade route is one mileSo to avoid meltdowns no kids less than 12 years old, and no one of questionable health should participate.
  • Course Route: Begins at Hebron Baptist Church, goes toward downtown Dacula, and finishes near Dacula HighThere is a ¾ of a mile walk back to the church for parade participants following the parade.