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Charles “Buck” Schuyler rides his horse Mariah festively decorated for the season.
GI (Greater Impact) Teens prepare for the parade to begin.
Girl Scout of Chesapeake Bay Troop 1121
Greensboro Volunteer Fire Company’s antique engine
Greensboro Lions Club Float
Kaizen Robinson, who turns 4 on Dec. 21, is garbed in firefighter attire, excitingly waiting for the parade to begin.
Greensboro Police Chief, Eric Lee and Caroline County Commissioner, Larry Porter.
Dawn Nepert, owner of Greensboro Florist, with her family John and Ashley Burl with their son Drake and dog Marley.
Junior Miss Fire Prevention, Layla Beebe-Cunningham.
Junior Fire Chief, Bryce White.
Mariah and Jojo, ridden by Cordial Reilly, through the town of Greensboro.
North Caroline High School’s flag troupe.
North Caroline High School’s Marching Band performs in the annual town Christmas parade.
Welcome to Whoville from Greensboro Town Manager, Jeannette Delude with April Kinnish.
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