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On December 21, Cerulean celebrated its 1st Community Christmas Parade with over 70 entries and an estimated 1,100 spectators lining the streets of Cerulean.

We would like to thank everyone for the wonderful outpouring of support for the event.

If you missed it, there was horses, riders, people walking, horse drawn buggies, a hand made stage-coach, motorcycles, vintage cars and trucks, antique tractors, Mustang Club, ATV decorated golf carts, even a 2019 Quad Trac Case 500 tractor and several businesses from Cadiz and the surrounding area brought floats.

Our oldest participant in the parade was Mrs. Burgess who was 103 years old.

The parade organizer, Andrea Reynolds, said the parade was a community effort and for that reason there was not a grand marshall.

The parade started at Hanks Corner Market on Washington Ave. and made a full circle and ended back at Hanks with Santa Claus waiting to visit with all the children where donations were received for Cadiz Food Bank.

Again, we would like to thank all that came.

Andrea Reynolds


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