South Dundas Fire Dep. rocked the 25th annual Morrisburg Santa Claus Parade

Above, S. Dundas Fire Dep. 'rocked out' during Morrisburg Santa Claus Parade on Sat. Dec., 1. Smith photo, Nation Valley News

Kelsey Smith
Nation Valley News

MORRISBURG — South Dundas welcomed Santa and Mrs. Claus with open arms and in some kids’ cases bags — for their candy that was handed to them. As a precaution, organizer George Davies announced prior to the event that candy was to be handed out and not thrown into the crowd.

Above, Santa and Mrs. Claus greeting the Morrisburg crowd during the 25th annual Santa Claus Parade on Sat. Dec., 1. Smith photo, Nation Valley News

After the parade the public was invited to the South Dundas Fire Station to enjoy hot chocolate, hot dogs and had the chance to meet Santa. It was reported that there were around 150 people in attendance.

Above, Students of Timothy Christian School dressed like characters from the biblical Christmas story on a float supported by Timmy’s Place. Smith photo, Nation Valley News

The 25th annual Morrisburg Santa Claus Parade was an all-around success. A special thank you goes to George Davies for all of his hard work!

Above, (left) SDSG MPP Jim McDonell and (right) SDSG MP Guy Lauzon wave to the South Dundas crowd during the 25th annual Morrisburg Santa Claus Parade. Smith photo, Nation Valley News

Above, John Deere reps. seen ‘handing out’ candy while marching down St. Lawrence St. during the Morrisburg Santa Claus Parade. Smith photo, Nation Valley News

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