Parade entries nearly doubled from last year
by Franklin Clark, Reporter -- fclark@cadizrecord.com
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Roughly 70 floats came down Main Street in Cadiz Saturday night for the annual Cadiz Christmas Parade, which goes back several decades.</i>
Franklin Clark/Cadiz Record Roughly 70 floats came down Main Street in Cadiz Saturday night for the annual Cadiz Christmas Parade, which goes back several decades.
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Downtown Cadiz was brightly lit Saturday evening during the annual Cadiz Christmas Parade, a tradition that spans several decades.

Trigg County Veterinary Clinic won first place, Word of Hope Church won second place and West Kentucky Mowing won third place out of some 70 entries this year, up from the some 40 entries last year, said Cindy Sholar with the Cadiz/Trigg County Chamber of Commerce.

“It was so beautiful, and we’re proud of everyone who entered,” said Sholar.

The parade, as always, started at 6 p.m. at the Trigg County Middle School parking lot, took a right on Lafayette Street, took another right on Midway Street, went right down on Main Street and ended at West Cadiz Park.

The Trigg County Veterinary Clinic float featured a stable with live animals, including two donkeys, the Word of Hope Church float featured a giant birthday cake for Jesus and the West Kentucky Mowing float featured a giant fiberoptic snowman.
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