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Holiday parade sure to delight

10:15 AM, Nov. 28, 2012
A new carriage has been built for Cinderella and Prince Charming to ride at this year's Christmas Parade, which will be Saturday in Abbotsford.
A new carriage has been built for Cinderella and Prince Charming to ride at this year's Christmas Parade, which will be Saturday in Abbotsford.
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The 42nd annual Christmas Parade in downtown Abbotsford will be at 7:30 p.m. Saturday.

What makes this parade different from every other community parade? Until you have experienced it, you won't believe what a city of 2,300 people can pull off.

This isn't your typical parade with tractor-trailers and politicians. The parade committee builds and owns all of the costumes and floats. These floats cost thousands of dollars and are built to last years. Hundreds of hours of donated labor and time go into making each float and costume. There is no advertising on the floats, no political messages, ...

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