Paddock Lake Holiday Parade and Santa visit coverage 2014

pl-holiday-parade-santa-visit-santaPaddock Lake held its second annual Lighted Holiday Parade and Santa visit Saturday evening.

The parade stepped off from McAlonan Park on the west side and traveled to Village Hall on the east side, greeting residents lined up all along the way.

This year’s traveling trophy for most creative parade entry went to the Westosha Kiwanis Club’s entry. Village President Terry Burns said the float really captured this year’s theme of “Frozen.”

Here’s video of the whole parade:

After the parade, youngsters were able to visit with Santa inside Village Hall and there were refreshments for all.

Here are a few photos from the parade and the Santa visit:

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The horse drawn Fulmer Dentistry entry included Dr. James Fulmer himself bringing up the rear equipped with a shovel, just in case.

The horse drawn Fulmer Dentistry entry included Dr. James Fulmer himself walking behind the carriage equipped with a shovel, just in case.

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/Contributed photo by Tim Popanda

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Paddock Lake Village President Terry Burns (left) presents the traveling trophy for most creative parade entry to a representative of the Westosha Kiwanis Club.

Paddock Lake Village President Terry Burns (left) presents the traveling trophy for most creative parade entry to a representative of the Westosha Kiwanis Club.

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