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Video: Families Observe Christmas Parade



The Christmas Parade was on Sat. Dec. 3rd. The Prince George Riding Club helped start the event.

By Kimberly Edmonds-Best and Unique Larry

Video One:


The Girl’s Scouts hand out candy to their community while marching in the parade. They showed the spirit of giving during the holidays.


Video Two:


Snow Princess winner Ruth Anne Torres, and finalists Addison Walker, and Brianna Fields wave to the crowd. These girls were proud to ride on their very own float.


Video Three:



The dance team gets the crowd into the holiday spirit. The dance team was followed by the marching band.

Photos by Unique Larry

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    Faven ButlerJan 1, 2012 at 5:53 pm

    The videos reflect a unification among Prince George county. It demonstrates the hard work that many churches,teams, and other organizational groups put into the making of the parade. Many counties do not host parades during the holiday season, but it is evident that ours holds on to traditions. There is joy clearly expressed on everyone’s faces. The parade can be viewed as a big community service project. Although there are no rewards for it, many put in their time and effort simply to bring happiness to their community as a whole.

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    Megan JonsonDec 27, 2011 at 1:22 pm

    The video clips gave the viewer more of an insight if they were not at the parade than just the typical article and pictures. This really shows why it is nice to have TRN online because you can do more with technology.