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Updated: 12/06/2017 08:30:04AM

Rotonda West Christmas Parade rings in season

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PHOTOS BY DAVID PULASKI

Jack & Karen Bodo and crew are ready for the parade at 270 Rotonda Circle.

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“Baker's Little Acre”! Jesse Baker and Co. get ready at 303 and 305 Rotonda Circle.

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Parade judges are Holly Carr, Patti Gullotta and Susan Haines.

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Even boats came to see the parade. “Rotonda West Yacht Club” included Skippers Andy VanScyoc and Patti Cowin and boat owner “Kaytee”.

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Parade ChairpersonSusan Superak with Earl Haas, Rotonda West “Community Relations” chair.

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Rotonda West Neighborhood Watch volunteers took home the Best Theme trophy, held by Watch President Alan Deckebach at the right. Susan Superak and Earl Haas, parade co-chairs are also at the far right.

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Rotonda West Meet & Greet won “Best Organization” trophy.

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West Charlotte County Republican Club “Chairman's Choice “ trophy winner.

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Mike Douglas Plumbing took the “Best Commercial Float” trophy.

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Lemon Bay High School U.S. Navy J.R.O.T.C.

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The LBHS Marching Mantas won the“Best Youth Entry” trophy.

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Santa: AKA Frank Gibson.

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WENG radio hosts Joe Fiorini and Guy Wehman.

By DON MAHON

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ROTONDA WEST — Saturday’s 11th annual Rotonda West Christmas Parade is in the record books and the “scoreboard” is impressive.

Spectators were again encouraged to bring non-perishable food, toys and cash for Englewood Helping Hand. They answered the call and helped fill the shelves at Helping Hand by donating nearly a ton of food (1,926 pounds) to be shared by hundreds of needy client families. Spectators also contributed 36 toys and $446.95 in cash.

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