Christmas Parade held Sunday


The Washington C.H. Christmas Parade, hosted by the Fayette County Chamber of Commerce, and events during the day drew a large crowd as 80 entries entertained the community with floats, trucks, motorcycles and more.


The Grand Marshal for the parade was local resident Johnny Peters.


Chiquita Nash, free store director and volunteer coordinator for The Well at Sunnyside, was honored as the Record-Herald Citizen of the Year during the parade. Bruce Kirk, co-owner of Kirk’s Furniture in New Holland, drove Nash during the parade.


The Miami Trace band performed for viewers who watched from the sidewalk.


Creative Court House showed off their creativity and holiday cheer during the parade with large Santa and reindeer heads.


Volunteers for Eddie’s Run participated during the parade and wished the community a Merry Christmas.


Heritage Memorial Church designed its float to preview the upcoming Journey Through Bethlehem interactive story to be held Dec. 11, 12 and 13 at the church. Call the church at (740) 335-1700 to reserve a spot before Dec. 9.


The Washington High School band also performed for the many viewers during the parade.


The Washington C.H. Christmas Parade, hosted by the Fayette County Chamber of Commerce, and events during the day drew a large crowd as 80 entries entertained the community with floats, trucks, motorcycles and more.

The Grand Marshal for the parade was local resident Johnny Peters.

Chiquita Nash, free store director and volunteer coordinator for The Well at Sunnyside, was honored as the Record-Herald Citizen of the Year during the parade. Bruce Kirk, co-owner of Kirk’s Furniture in New Holland, drove Nash during the parade.

The Miami Trace band performed for viewers who watched from the sidewalk.

Creative Court House showed off their creativity and holiday cheer during the parade with large Santa and reindeer heads.

Volunteers for Eddie’s Run participated during the parade and wished the community a Merry Christmas.

Heritage Memorial Church designed its float to preview the upcoming Journey Through Bethlehem interactive story to be held Dec. 11, 12 and 13 at the church. Call the church at (740) 335-1700 to reserve a spot before Dec. 9.

The Washington High School band also performed for the many viewers during the parade.

The Washington C.H. Christmas Parade, hosted by the Fayette County Chamber of Commerce, and events during the day drew a large crowd as 80 entries entertained the community with floats, trucks, motorcycles and more.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_ChristmasParadeFirstOne.jpgThe Washington C.H. Christmas Parade, hosted by the Fayette County Chamber of Commerce, and events during the day drew a large crowd as 80 entries entertained the community with floats, trucks, motorcycles and more.

The Grand Marshal for the parade was local resident Johnny Peters.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_ChristmasParadeJohnnyPeters.jpgThe Grand Marshal for the parade was local resident Johnny Peters.

Chiquita Nash, free store director and volunteer coordinator for The Well at Sunnyside, was honored as the Record-Herald Citizen of the Year during the parade. Bruce Kirk, co-owner of Kirk’s Furniture in New Holland, drove Nash during the parade.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_ChristmasParadeCitizenoftheYear.jpgChiquita Nash, free store director and volunteer coordinator for The Well at Sunnyside, was honored as the Record-Herald Citizen of the Year during the parade. Bruce Kirk, co-owner of Kirk’s Furniture in New Holland, drove Nash during the parade.

The Miami Trace band performed for viewers who watched from the sidewalk.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_ChristmasParadeMTBand.jpgThe Miami Trace band performed for viewers who watched from the sidewalk.

Creative Court House showed off their creativity and holiday cheer during the parade with large Santa and reindeer heads.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_ChristmasParadeCreativeCourtHouse.jpgCreative Court House showed off their creativity and holiday cheer during the parade with large Santa and reindeer heads.

Volunteers for Eddie’s Run participated during the parade and wished the community a Merry Christmas.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_ChristmasParadeEddiesRun.jpgVolunteers for Eddie’s Run participated during the parade and wished the community a Merry Christmas.

Heritage Memorial Church designed its float to preview the upcoming Journey Through Bethlehem interactive story to be held Dec. 11, 12 and 13 at the church. Call the church at (740) 335-1700 to reserve a spot before Dec. 9.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_ChristmasParadeHeritageChurch.jpgHeritage Memorial Church designed its float to preview the upcoming Journey Through Bethlehem interactive story to be held Dec. 11, 12 and 13 at the church. Call the church at (740) 335-1700 to reserve a spot before Dec. 9.

The Washington High School band also performed for the many viewers during the parade.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_ChristmasParadeCHBand.jpgThe Washington High School band also performed for the many viewers during the parade.
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