Cruisin' into Christmas

These two young guys anxiously await the arrival of Santa Claus during Friday's 4th annual Cruisin' into Christmas parade on Main Street, as Santa's Helper Richard Obermyer hands out candy. Even before Santa's arrival, one of the boys turned to his grandfather and said, "Thanks for bringing me. This is great!"
The parade is held a week before the traditional start of the holiday shopping season to bring people downtown to see what local merchants have to offer.
This man got the best seat in the house -- Santa's chair -- at the Main Street Mercantile during the parade. And how did he manage to get the job of keeping the Jolly Old Elf's seat warm until he got to the Mercantile. Easy. He's the father of Mercantile owner Todd Hennard. (And that's Todd's Mom, too.) Santa's Mailbox is also at the Mercantile so kids can drop their letters off for Santa to read on 1490 WESB.
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Alexis Marlons said…
It is indeed a very nice time to have bonding moments with the family. Thanks for sharing.
DT Dave said…
THANKS! to Everyone who Helped with the Parade!
SEE You NEXT Year...
P.S. Thanks to C.S.I. & Bradford City POLICE for Traffic Control!

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