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Ridgeway brings it home for Christmas

First Posted: 9:32 am - December 16th, 2015

No Christmas parade would be complete with out Santa and his co-pilot, Mrs. Claus. Although Santa opted to trade his sleigh in for a convertible, he was still his jolly old self, waving to kids of all ages at the parade held Sunday in Ridgeway.
Virginia Schafer | For The Herald Independent
These two youths were riding on the back of a gingerbread house float in the Ridgeway Christmas parade.
Virginia Schafer | For The Herald Independent
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No Christmas parade would be complete with out Santa and his co-pilot, Mrs. Claus. Although Santa opted to trade his sleigh in for a convertible, he was still his jolly old self, waving to kids of all ages at the parade held Sunday in Ridgeway.

These two youths were riding on the back of a gingerbread house float in the Ridgeway Christmas parade.

No Christmas parade would be complete with out Santa and his co-pilot, Mrs. Claus. Although Santa opted to trade his sleigh in for a convertible, he was still his jolly old self, waving to kids of all ages at the parade held Sunday in Ridgeway.
http://heraldindependent.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/web1_ridgewaychristmassanta.jpgNo Christmas parade would be complete with out Santa and his co-pilot, Mrs. Claus. Although Santa opted to trade his sleigh in for a convertible, he was still his jolly old self, waving to kids of all ages at the parade held Sunday in Ridgeway. Virginia Schafer | For The Herald Independent

These two youths were riding on the back of a gingerbread house float in the Ridgeway Christmas parade.
http://heraldindependent.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/web1_ridgewaychristmasgingerbread-house.jpgThese two youths were riding on the back of a gingerbread house float in the Ridgeway Christmas parade. Virginia Schafer | For The Herald Independent
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