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Capital City Fire and Rescue Fire Captain Ed Quinto, left, and Capital City Fire and Rescue Fire Chief Richard Etheridge, right, pose with U.S. Sen. Mark Begich Tuesday. Quinto and Etheridge are two of Juneau’s 2011 Fourth of July parade grand marshals. The theme of the parade is “Honoring Our Police and Firefighters” and will also include Juneau Police Department Sgt. David Campbell and public safety communications developer Carlos Cadiente as grand marshals.
Photo: Servicemen and a senator 032711 NEIGHBORS 9 JUNEAU EMPIRE Capital City Fire and Rescue Fire Captain Ed Quinto, left, and Capital City Fire and Rescue Fire Chief Richard Etheridge, right, pose with U.S. Sen. Mark Begich Tuesday. Quinto and Etheridge are two of Juneau’s 2011 Fourth of July parade grand marshals. The theme of the parade is “Honoring Our Police and Firefighters” and will also include Juneau Police Department Sgt. David Campbell and public safety communications developer Carlos Cadiente as grand marshals.

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Capital City Fire and Rescue Fire Captain Ed Quinto, left, and Capital City Fire and Rescue Fire Chief Richard Etheridge, right, pose with U.S. Sen. Mark Begich Tuesday. Quinto and Etheridge are two of Juneau’s 2011 Fourth of July parade grand marshals. The theme of the parade is “Honoring Our Police and Firefighters” and will also include Juneau Police Department Sgt. David Campbell and public safety communications developer Carlos Cadiente as grand marshals.

Sunday, March 27, 2011

Story last updated at 3/26/2011 - 9:44 pm

Photo: Servicemen and a senator

Capital City Fire and Rescue Fire Captain Ed Quinto, left, and Capital City Fire and Rescue Fire Chief Richard Etheridge, right, pose with U.S. Sen. Mark Begich Tuesday. Quinto and Etheridge are two of Juneau’s 2011 Fourth of July parade grand marshals. The theme of the parade is “Honoring Our Police and Firefighters” and will also include Juneau Police Department Sgt. David Campbell and public safety communications developer Carlos Cadiente as grand marshals.