Vets and their families treated to free rides at Rye Playland

Vets and their families treated to free rides at Rye Playland

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Rye Playland in Westchester County held its 6th annual Veterans Appreciation Day and Memorial Day tribute Sunday.

The event honored Westchester residents who served our country.

Passes were given to vets, active duty members and their families allowing up to five free rides at the amusement park.

Everyone who was in attendance was treated to a barbeque along with the festivities.    

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