Santa spreads Christ­mas cheer in Marys­town

The Southern Gazette - - Classified­s -

It was any­thing but a win­ter won­der­land dur­ing the an­nual Marys­town Kins­men Christ­mas Pa­rade held on Dec. 9.

How­ever the lack of snow did now take away from the ex­cite­ment of the crowd as they watched the fes­tively dec­o­rated floats make their way along the pa­rade route.

Spec­ta­tors were treated to pa­rade reg­u­lars such as the Marys­town Vol­un­teer Fire Depart­ment, the cadets of RCSCC 126 Mary Rose, Brighter Fu­tures and a host of oth­ers.

The big guy him­self even made an ap­pear­ance to­wards the end of the pa­rade, stop­ping from time to time to talk to the chil­dren and wish then and their fam­i­lies a Merry Christ- mas.


Chil­dren along the pa­rade route were ex­cited to see that Santa had made his way to Marys­town to take part in the an­nual pa­rade.


Mem­bers of the Marys­town Sparks unit made their way along the route in this emoji dec­o­rated float.


The 5th Marys­town Beavers and Cub Scouts pre­pared for the pa­rade by mak­ing hand-made dec­o­ra­tions that they at­tached to their float.


Fire Chief Alex Coady was at the con­trols of The Elf Ex­press as it made its way along the pa­rade route in Marys­town.

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