Ho Ho Ho
Hundreds brave rain to greet Santa in Port Elgin
The rain did not dampen the spirits of hundreds of people who lined goderich St. in Port elgin nov. 24 to officials welcome Santa claus.
the 40+ floats were decorated in the “Parade of lights” theme and illuminated the streets.
Kids along the route collected free candy handed out by volunteers and paid for by local businesses and community organizations. .
thorncrest outfitters collected 430.5 pounds of food alone the parade route to stock shelves at the Salvation army Food Bank.
Ships Ahoy. The Chantry Island Cham-bettes’ float was a sparkly and seaworthy entry in the annual Port Elgin Santa Claus parade Nov. 24.
With a Ho Ho Ho Santa Claus kicked off the holiday season with the annual parade along Goderich St.
Seven-year-old Keagan Kruse waved to one of the candy-toting volunteers at Port Elgin’s Santa Claus Parade Nov. 24.
The Saugeen Memorial Hospital Foundation new executive director Tracy Murray and the retiring executive dissector Sally Kidson were Thing 1 and Thing 2 in the annual parade.
Spirits undampened, Melanie Rowan and her seven-year-old daughter Evelynn Davis were prepared with umbrellas for the Nov. 24 parade.
Sisters Everleigh Kruse, 3, and Keagan Kruse, 7, were among the parade-goers that braved the rain during Port Elgin’s annual Santa Claus Parade.
Brothers Grayson Wallace, 4, Brady, 6, and Logan, 8, enjoyed the free candy handed out by dozens of community groups, organizations and businesses along the Port Elgin Santa Claus parade route Nov. 24.