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Updated: 12/07/2017 08:30:01AM

DeSoto’s Christmas parade is merry & bright

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DeSoto County Sheriff James Potter hands out candy to children along the parade route.

No parade is complete with a school marching band.

Parade participants waving to the crowd.

Twirlers with lighted batons are exciting under the stars.

The group from Families Matter in the moments before the parade got rolling at 6 p.m.

Christmas Card Lane brings a welcoming from all faiths and groups.

Smiling faces from the Future Farmers of America in DeSoto County.

Minnesotans Andy and Debbie Brummer in Arcadia for the holiday festivities.

Doris Haig and Avery having a snack before the parade.

Christmas cards at the DeSoto County Veterans Park are another tradition during the annual holiday celebration.

Hunter, Easton, Brandy and John Hines arrive early to secure a good spot.

Justice Thomas and Parish Sommers can't wait for the parade excitement to start.

Members of the Arcadia Dance Academy.

A thankless job with a smile.

Parades are about smiling faces and lots of waves.

Nothing says the holidays like a big happy smile.

ARCADIAN PHOTOS BY JIMMY PETERS/JIMPETERSPHOTOGRAPHY.COM

Early birds get the best parade seats.

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Nothing tells a holiday story like a small town Christmas parade. The annual event on Saturday included Christmas Card Lane at DeSoto County Veterans Park, marching bands, floats and plenty of family and friends to welcome December and the season for fa-la-la-ing.

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