CHRISTMAS CHEER ON PARADE
It was a most merry scene in Victoria Saturday, Dec. 9, as residents gathered to celebrate the holiday season at the annual Santa Claus parade.
There was some uncertainty for a spell as to whether the weather would cooperate with the parade, as rain poured down at times prior to the 10 a.m. start. But the rain held off, allowing for those on floats and people standing along the parade route to have a good time.
The Compass found a good spot close to Penney’s Hill and has these photos to share from the event.
An antique tractor hauls a wagon full of well-wishers at Saturday’s parade in Victoria.
Santa’s Workshop had a very merry look to it.
The Polar Express rides through Victoria.
The 2615 Lions Army Cadet Corps from Victoria was out in full force for the parade.
This float was decorated with teddy bears and other stuffed animals.
A & M Electrical’s Stars Wars float had a towering presence.
Paw Patrol’s Marshall greeted folks watching the Santa Claus parade in Victoria.
This float was made for the great-grandchildren of the Hiscock family.