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going to be moving and that's going to be even colder, said Kirkey.
never ceases to amaze me, the resilience of we Saultites standing out in the cold for probably an hour or more; from babes in arms, lots and lots of kids and adults of all ages. Marshall found it on Saturday. He was glad t he wind eased bit from the mid afternoon. Marshall suggested spectators were little sparse towards the end of the route, but Reebok Gl 3000
Kirkey considered riding the Pride float, but then remembered the weather. It was 11 C, but with the wind chill it felt like 19 C.
saw lot of people between Pim and Brock streets.
Nadon returned to Sault Ste. Marie after about 13 years in Timmins. He brought his three children to a community parade honouring Santa in the City with a Heart of Gold.
PUC Services, back after an absence of almost 15 years, caught the eye of judges with two colourful bucket trucks and won best in parade.
He, like other parents who talked with The Sault Star, was eager to see the expressions on the faces of his children during the 35 minute show.
The rear of Royal Tire's float boasted a large snowman made from faux white tires.
they see Santa Claus is always a high point on their faces, said Nadon. really brings the joy of Christmas. Kirkey and her daughter, Jessie Lynn, 5, helped decorate the Sault Pride float, but were also in Heritage Square to take in the winter parade.
About a half dozen last minute registrations pushed parade entrants to about 50.
at Gore Street, said Myers in an e mail.
favourite weather, of course, would be a lot warmer than this. the full time mom turned out the boys. wouldn't be a winter season without Santa's parade, said Amy.
Dart was joined by younger brother Oliver, 11 months, mom Amy Dart and grandmother Brenda Parent.
could tell the parents were cold. told the roughly dozen parade organizers he found Saturday's weather to be said, 'This isn't really cold, you know, said Marshall.
Bearett Dart, 2, did his best to stand out in the crowd for Santa. He wore a bright orange winter jacket to help stay warm in anticipation of a hearty ho, ho and wave from the evening's star attraction.
my kids found out there was one this year they really wanted to come see this one, said Nadon.
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wanted to stay so we're staying, said Kirkey. wants to wait and see her friends on (the float). We're going to wave and get some candy canes. Lynn kept busy using a piece of snow to write 'Christmas' on a wall near BDO Canada.
crowds were good, said Marshall.
the way in her Ford Escape with Ward 3 Coun. Pat Mick. She thought the parade was was a solid wall of people from the bushplane museum to Wendy's Saucony Black
City councillors were near the front of the parade driving in four automobiles. Each crossover vehicle, truck and SUV had two sets of reindeer antlers and a red nose to represent Santa's reindeers.
They arrived about 30 minutes before the parade started from Canadian Bushplane Heritage Centre on Bay Street and made its way down Queen Street East to Gore Street.
Their goal was to find good spot early on along the downtown route before heading home for hot chocolate, pizza and a Christmas movie.
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Now Santa Claus knows Darren Nadon and his family are back in town.
pretty cold tonight, said Amy.
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