Winter Wonderland / Electric light parade 2012

Halloween is today and as soon as you finish trick or treating with your children, prepare to vote, celebrate Veterans Day, have a scrumptious Thanksgiving meal then get ready to hit the stores for Black Friday it will be time to participate in the Winter Wonderland activities.

The theme this year is ‘A Fairytale Christmas’. The possibilities are great for a float in the parade or to decorate a booth on Dec. 1 at theRaySchoolscafeteria ramada.

Booth and parade applications will be available at the Chamber Office as well as a volunteer list. In addition to the booths, there will be reindeer games, a dance party, karaoke, special music as well as The Grinch, Santa, Mrs. Claus and all the elves.

Luminarios will be sold again by the Junior Chamber members. Proceeds will be divided evenly between The Autism Association and the Junior Chamber Scholarship fund.

Put on your thinking caps and plan your float, marching group, vehicles or individual entries; the ideas are endless.

Who doesn’t like a great fairytale? Remember that the entries need to have a good array of lights so start planning now.

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