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Dublin’s parade set Dec. 6

A date has been set for the Town of Dublin’s annual Christmas parade.
The parade will be held Saturday, Dec. 6, at 11 a.m.
The parade will travel from Dublin Middle School down Giles Avenue, cross Broad Street, then turn left onto old Route 11.
Members of the Dublin Town Council chose this date during their most recent meeting, primarily based on the availability of the Pulaski County High School marching band on that day.
Council member Doug Irvin commented that having the parade early in December would also be good for local merchants as it would help encourage people to get their Christmas shopping done.
As for the parade’s theme, the Council has selected “Christmas in Dublin.”
Members of the council, along with Mayor Benny Skeens, commented that they felt they had used “every theme in the book” in years past so they decided to stick to something simple.
Along with a theme, the Council made its selection for who they would like to see serve as grand marshals for the parade.
Town Manager Bill Parker suggested Mary and Clarence Chinault.
Parker called them “the wavers,” as they seem to wave and send a friendly greeting to almost every person they see.
“They are good stewards for the Town of Dublin,” Parker said.
Members of the Town Council were in agreement with Parker’s suggestion and approved his proposal unanimously.
For information about participating in the Town of Dublin’s Christmas parade, contact Deanna Hopkins at 674-4731.

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Dublin’s parade set Dec. 6

A date has been set for the Town of Dublin’s annual Christmas parade.
The parade will be held Saturday, Dec. 6, at 11 a.m.
The parade will travel from Dublin Middle School down Giles Avenue, cross Broad Street, then turn left onto old Route 11.
Members of the Dublin Town Council chose this date during their most recent meeting, primarily based on the availability of the Pulaski County High School marching band on that day.
Council member Doug Irvin commented that having the parade early in December would also be good for local merchants as it would help encourage people to get their Christmas shopping done.
As for the parade’s theme, the Council has selected “Christmas in Dublin.”
Members of the council, along with Mayor Benny Skeens, commented that they felt they had used “every theme in the book” in years past so they decided to stick to something simple.
Along with a theme, the Council made its selection for who they would like to see serve as grand marshals for the parade.
Town Manager Bill Parker suggested Mary and Clarence Chinault.
Parker called them “the wavers,” as they seem to wave and send a friendly greeting to almost every person they see.
“They are good stewards for the Town of Dublin,” Parker said.
Members of the Town Council were in agreement with Parker’s suggestion and approved his proposal unanimously.
For information about participating in the Town of Dublin’s Christmas parade, contact Deanna Hopkins at 674-4731.

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