Cadiz Christmas Parade planned for December 1
by Hawkins Teague
Nov 21, 2007 | 0 0 comments | 6 6 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Members of the community will hop onto floats of various designs on Dec. 1 and light up the night as they ride through Main Street.

The Chamber of Commerce sponsored annual Christmas Parade will begin at 6 p.m. that Saturday, said Chamber President Kevin Atwood. This year’s theme will be “Lights and Sounds of a Cadiz Christmas.” People who wish to enter a float can pick up forms at City Hall this year. This is a change from last year’s location, the Tourism office. Nov. 26 is the first day interested parties can pick up the forms, and they can drop them off throughout the week. There is no actual entry fee, but the Chamber requests that each entry donate a toy that is at least $10 in value. These will be donated for the local Toys for Tots.

Atwood said that floats would begin lining up behind the schools at 4 p.m. The judging will begin at five o’clock. There will be five categories in which floats will be judged: small bus, civic groups and organizations, industries, fire departments and churches. Chamber of Commerce gift certificates will be given as prizes.

For the full story on this year's Christmas Parade, see your Cadiz Record.
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