Pa­rade

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brings the com­mu­nity to­gether. It just puts peo­ple in a fes­tive mood.”

How­ever, the pa­rade wouldn’t have been pos­si­ble with­out volunteers and spon­sors.

Graves said the com­mit­tee pur­chased new lights and rib­bons for dec­o­ra­tion along King Street, as well as pre­par­ing the hay bale snow­men trail.

“What we re­ally wanted to do is to en­cour­age peo­ple to walk down­town Bridge­wa­ter,” he said.

For her part, Bo­li­var-get­son wanted to con­grat­u­late the pa­rade com­mit­tee for their work.

“I want to thank ev­ery­one who had floats in the pa­rade and came out to watch be­cause it was a good event,” she said.

When asked who won the hockey game, Bo­li­var-get­son couldn’t help but laugh.

“I be­lieve it was a draw at the end,” she said diplo­mat­i­cally.

The Chronicle Her­ald Christ­mas on the La­have pa­rade has been an on­go­ing event since

2007.

Josh Healey

Wy­att Par­nell (left) and Carter Pen­ney, both of New Ger­many, were all smiles dur­ing the Chronicle Her­ald Christ­mas on the La­have pa­rade.

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