The Alton Business Association Presents the

2024 Alton Old Home Day Parade!

JOIN US on Saturday, August 10th at 11:30 am!

The Parade starts at Jones Field on Letter S Road and ends in Alton Bay!

 

THANK YOU TO OUR 2024 PARADE SPONSORS! 

GOLD PARADE SPONSORS

SILVER PARADE SPONSOR

BRONZE PARADE SPONSOR

Tri-Town Democrats of Barnstead, Gilmanton and Alton

Stay Tuned for Our 2024 Parade Participants

Our 2023 Parade Participants

Alton Business Association

Alton Board of Selectmen 

Alton Garden Club

Alton Fire Department

Alton Police Department

Alton Town Administrator

Alton Water Department

Alton Youth League

Belknap County Sheriff’s Office  

Bella Winni Salon

Camp Constitution

Cub Scout Pack 53- Alton, NH

Dede Ricker & David Portigue

Finethy Group, Miss Alton Bay 1955- Jet Finethy 

Linda Stanley

NH Velocity Cheer

Richelle’s Mobile Grooming

Rick Glidden

Robert Moholland

Rykbost

Tri-Town Democrats of Gilmanton, Barnstead & Alton

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2023 PARADE HIGHLIGHT PICTURES 

*2023 PARADE MARSHAL IS RETIRED POLICE CHIEF, RYAN HEATH*

The ABA is honored to introduce the 2023 Alton Old Home Day Parade Marshal, Ryan Heath.
Ryan recently retired as the Alton Police Chief in 2022 and now serves as the Town of Alton, Town Administrator. 
Chief Ryan Heath began his law enforcement career in the United States Marine Corps. During the first half of his tour, he served with the Marine Corps Security Force Unit, Yorktown V.A. He finished his time on active duty as the Battalion Guard Chief with the 3rd Light Armored Reconnaissance Battalion, Twenty-nine Palms, C.A. After being honorably discharged, he furthered his Law enforcement career by serving as a correctional officer with NHDOC and a part-time police officer with the Pittsfield Police Department.
In 2000, Chief Heath accepted a full-time officer’s position with the Alton Police Department. During the first nine years with the department his professionalism and leadership propelled him through the ranks of corporal, Sergeant, and Captain. In 2009 he was appointed as Alton’s Chief of Police, a position he held for eleven years. Today Chief Heath is retired from full-time law enforcement but continues his service to Alton as the new Town Administrator.
Thank you, Ryan, for your commitment to our town and public service! Your dedication over the years has not gone unnoticed and for that we HONOR + THANK YOU! The ABA and your community appreciate you serving as this years’ Parade Marshal!

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