The annual Memorial Day parade and program for Napoleon is scheduled for this Sunday.  The parade will form at the HenryCounty fairgrounds at 9:15am, and move-out promptly at 10am, with a stop at the VeteransMaumee RiverBridge.  The event will include honors for those lost at sea.  The procession will move to the Henry County War Memorial on East Washington Street for the main program, with featured speaker, Captain U.S. Navy Barry Behnfeldt, retired.   The Napoleon high school marching band will perform, along with the Apostolic Christian Center Choir.  Pastor Gary Malone will offer the prayer.   After the service, free limited refreshments will be served at the Napoleon American Legion Home on Glenwood Avenue, and the community band will perform.   In case of rain, the program moves indoors to the Napoleon Legion.