Mount Pulaski celebrates the holiday with 2nd Annual Lighted Christmas Parade

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[December 11, 2017] 


Saturday evening Mount Pulaski kicked off their 2nd Annual Lighted Christmas Parade uptown on the square with plenty of folks walking in the parade and passing out candy.

A couple floats and the familiar rescue vehicles made up the parade, which also featured Mount Pulaski’s own royalty.

Local royalty included the 2017 Mount Pulaski Fall festival Little Miss Ella Martin, Little Prince Jase Jones, Junior Miss Claire Bobell, and Miss Jayda Allspach. 

Logan County Royalty was represented by the 2017 Logan County Fair Queen Meg Meeker, Junior Miss Logan County Fair Karson Mott and Little Miss Elliana Park.

Community Pride also recognized Doug and Erin Martin and their children Drew, Alec, Luke and Ella as the 2017 Community Pride Family.

Santa came into Mount Pulaski riding in the Martin Family fire truck and he stopped at the Mount Pulaski Courthouse to visit with children and pose for pictures.

A cold and festive evening on the hilltop was enjoyed by all.

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For the second year, the Mount Pulaski Community Pride organization selected a local family to honor during the annual Christmas Parade.  This year the Martin Family was honored. From left to right are Doug, Erin, Ella, Luke and Alec. Drew Martin was not available for the photo.

Merry Christmas!

2017 parade winners:

Judge’s Choice: True Form Fitness

Best Overall Float: Theresa Moore for Logan County Clerk

Best Theme Representation: The Hilltop Club

[Teena Lowery/Martin family photo provided by Community Pride]

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