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Palm Harbor Parade

Kate Hamric and Bella Yacoviello

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There are 64,301 residents in the city of Palm Harbor and all of them are invited for a day full of Christmas spirit.

The Palm Harbor Christmas parade took place on Saturday, Dec 16. Many groups were invited to perform and walk in the parade, including the PHUHS marching band.

Saxophone player, Shane McIntosh, said “This is the second year that I have marched with the band in the parade and it is fun because we get to walk around and have a fun time with everyone watching.”

Many groups participated in the parade such as Fusion dance program, Palm Harbor CSA, and local girl scouts. With so many participants it created an great holiday experience for many residents.

“When we dance in the parades it’s fun to see all the people smile and cheer for us,” freshman Ali Davidov said.

The parade ran from Nebraska avenue into downtown Palm Harbor. Many residents attend the event every year to enjoy a fun day to celebrate the holidays.

Throughout the parade many groups pass candy out and perform acts to entertain the crowds of people lining the streets in hopes to see outstanding performances.

The parade ended at the harbor hall in downtown where many children gathered to meet Santa and play Christmas games.

The event gathers many people to bring their spirits out and to enjoy their time with others.

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