Chatham Christmas Parade 2009

The Chatham, Ontario, Christmas Parade took place yesterday. A large group of participants marched the streets of Chatham for more than one hour. People from every walk of life watched the parade. They enjoyed watching the old fire trucks, fancy cars, marching bands, horse riders, singers, and more.

The weather was warm and so was the atmosphere. It was probably the best Chatham parade in the past few years. Several volunteers and business sponsors made this happen, so thanks to them all.

Happy Holidays to everyone and Merry Christmas to all Christians!

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