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Updated: 12/04/2017 09:10:38PM

Sebring parade ushers in Yuletide spirit

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Jeremy Daughtery, far right, at Santa’s house in Circle Park, turns on the lights and announces the 32nd Annual Sebring Christmas Parade with the help of James Cortes, far left, and son Cameron Daugherty, middle.

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Steve Jones, while on roller blades, plays Christmas songs on electric guitar for a rock and roller Christmas and promoting the Salvation Army.

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Sebring High School varsity cheerleaders at the Sebring Christmas parade Friday.

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Dance Unlimited performers do dance routines for Sebring Christmas parade spectators.

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Victor Muniz gives a thumbs-up to paradegoers at the Sebring Christmas parade Friday evening.

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The long-awaited Santa made an appearance at the Sebring's Christmas parade Friday.

By JAMES TAYLOR

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SEBRING — ‘Tis the season, and Sebring kicked it off in grand style with its 32nd annual Christmas Parade Friday night. Mother Nature provided perfect weather for the event, as everything from clowns, firemen, police, politicians, candy cane eating sharks, school bands, dancers, monster trucks, motorcycles and much more, entertained the spectators who lined the parade route.

“This year we have 100-103 floats or entries as part of our parade,” said parade director for Avon Park and Sebring Jaycees Ian Balinger. “It is just a really great turnout for this year’s parade, one of the largest ones in the past several years.”

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