Spa­niard’s Bay gets in mood for hol­i­days

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The vol­un­teer fire depart­ment in Spa­niard’s Bay was out in full force to lead the com­mu­nity’s an­nual Santa Claus pa­rade on Satur­day, Dec. 12.

A slew of floats were on dis­play as the pa­rade pro­ceeded along the main road zip­ping from one end of the Con­cep­tion Bay North town to an­other.

With slightly over­cast skies but no pre­cip­i­ta­tion, it was a good morn­ing to hold a pa­rade. Here are a few pho­tos The Com­pass took at the event.


Spa­niard’s Bay Recre­ation coaxed Sesame Street into making an ap­pear­ance last Satur­day at the pa­rade.

Th­ese stu­dents from Holy Re­deemer in Spa­niard’s Bay were hud­dled to­gether on a float to rep­re­sent the school’s Young Girls Aux­il­iary, Ju­nior Aux­il­iary and Girls Aux­il­iary groups. From the left (back row) are Rachel Par­sons, Sara Drover, Jen­nah Drover, Alleigha Ma­honey and Na­jomi Bar­rett. Seated in the front (from the left) are Abi­gail Gal­way and Sheyanne Boone.

Pre­ci­sion Tae Kwon Do had a huge group out for the pa­rade in Spa­niard’s Bay.

Royal Cana­dian Le­gion Branch #15 cre­ated a float that man­ages to hon­our the navy, air force and army and all veter­ans past and present, plus those who cur­rently serve. Seen here, from the left, are le­gion mem­ber Eileen Smith, Har­bour Grace-Port de Grave MHA Pam Par­sons and le­gion mem­ber Janet Mercer.

Cpl. Sydney Sheppard of 2372 Avalon North Royal Cana­dian Army Cadets Corps of­fers treats to kids tak­ing in the Spa­niard’s Bay Santa Claus pa­rade.

This lit­tle air­plane was big enough to fit two.

Santa Claus had plenty of ad­mir­ers as he made his way along the main road in Spa­niard’s Bay.

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