Santa was the hit of the Christmas Parade

Christmas lights brighten the holiday floats

VFW color guard leads the parade

Calhoun Middle-High School perform for the crowd

Bike tot tosses candy to crowd


The Town of Grantsville filled up with people and cars last night for the Hometown County Christmas Parade.

While the crowd enjoyed the lighted floats and the local high school band, it was the arrival of Santa Claus giving treats provided by the Grantsville Lions Club that was the biggest hit.

Parents and kids lined up from Main Street to the main floor of the court house for the annual visit with Claus.

The event was disrupted by one mishap, a horse team broke away from a buggy causing some problems.

The craft and gift show closed after three days, with the attendance described as good for the 10th annual event.


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