Monticello parade is Dec. 1

The Monticello Chamber of Commerce Christmas Parade will step off from Monticello High School at 11:30 a.m. this Saturday, Dec. 1.

The parade route is from the high school north on Hamilton to Center, west on Center, and south on State Street back to the school.

Piatt County Citizen of the Year James Ayers will serve as grand marshal. The Woman’s Club of Monticello will also be honored in the parade.

The theme for the parade this year is “Come Home for Christmas”. This parade draws several thousand people to watch ech year.

For information, send an email to info@MonticelloChamber or call 762-7921.

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candleboy wrote on October 31, 2013 at 2:10 am

 

The Christmas parade, which will step off from Monticello High school at 11.30 will be really an awesome experience. The photo shared by Steve Hoffman for the preparation of the parade is wonderful to watch. What i like the most was the theme that is “Come Home for Christmas”.
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