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Dublin parade on tap

The Town of Dublin’s annual Christmas parade is on tap for Saturday, Dec. 6, at 11 a.m.
The theme of this year’s parade is “Christmas in Dublin.”
The parade line-up will start at 10 a.m. at Dublin Middle School.
Once the parade begins at 11 a.m., it will travel down Giles Avenue and then turn left onto old Route 11.
Mary and Clarence Chinault of Dublin will serve as grand marshals for the parade.
In addition, Santa Claus will be featured in the parade and can be spotted riding in a fire truck.
The Pulaski County High School Golden Cougar Marching Band is also set to perform.
At the Dublin Town Council’s most recent meeting, council member Peggy Hemmings noted that doughnuts, cookies and hot chocolate would be served to parade participants before the parade begins.
In other council news, the Dublin Town Council will not hold a meeting in December.

Instead, they will host a holiday dinner for all town employees, council and board members and their families, and invited guests on Dec. 18.
The next Dublin Town Council meeting will be held Thursday, Jan. 15, in the Dublin Town Hall.
In observance of the holiday, the Dublin town offices will be closed Wednesdsay, Dec. 24, through Sunday, Dec. 28, and will reopen on Monday, Dec. 29.

Dublin parade on tap

The Town of Dublin’s annual Christmas parade is on tap for Saturday, Dec. 6, at 11 a.m.
The theme of this year’s parade is “Christmas in Dublin.”
The parade line-up will start at 10 a.m. at Dublin Middle School.
Once the parade begins at 11 a.m., it will travel down Giles Avenue and then turn left onto old Route 11.
Mary and Clarence Chinault of Dublin will serve as grand marshals for the parade.
In addition, Santa Claus will be featured in the parade and can be spotted riding in a fire truck.
The Pulaski County High School Golden Cougar Marching Band is also set to perform.
At the Dublin Town Council’s most recent meeting, council member Peggy Hemmings noted that doughnuts, cookies and hot chocolate would be served to parade participants before the parade begins.
In other council news, the Dublin Town Council will not hold a meeting in December.

Instead, they will host a holiday dinner for all town employees, council and board members and their families, and invited guests on Dec. 18.
The next Dublin Town Council meeting will be held Thursday, Jan. 15, in the Dublin Town Hall.
In observance of the holiday, the Dublin town offices will be closed Wednesdsay, Dec. 24, through Sunday, Dec. 28, and will reopen on Monday, Dec. 29.