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Christmas Eve parade brought out families, despite the cold

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  Families and children watched the Christmas Eve parade as it went through town last Friday night. Santa, Mrs. Claus, Buddy the elf and decorated, lit floats cruised through the streets.

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Saugus resident Patrick Follis, who works for Agganis Construction, decorated their truck with lights and minions.
Joshua and Kaylee Webster decorated their Marshall’s Boatyard float.
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William Sheridan rode in the parade on a veterans’ suicide awareness truck.
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Watching the parade from the steps of Town Hall, pictured from left to right: Front row: Cooper and Katie Webster, Hank MacKenzie, Daniel and Kenzie Freedman; back row: Charles Stoddard, Adele Kirby, Nancy Gaudet, Christopher MacKenzie and Karen and Jason Freedman.
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Gina, Aiden, 11, and Evan Lecourax, 8, were eagerly waiting for the parade to pass by.
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Watching the parade from Innis Street, pictured from left to right: Front row: Matthew, Natalie, Benjamin and Sean Corbin; back row: Linda, Brian, Lisa, Sheila and Jason Corbin.
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Laura, Ryan and Audrey Auclair, 15 months, watched the parade from Summer Street.
Santa seemed to be the children’s favorite. (Advocate photos by Tara Vocino)
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Santa said hello en route during the parade.
Myra and Michael Monto placed a Christmas tree onto their boat float.
The parade passed by a nicely decorated house on the Fellsway.
Lights illuminated Laurie Straticon (dressed as an elf), who was riding in a L & S Trucking float.
Annabelle Dulong met Santa during last Friday’s Christmas Eve parade beginning at Dow Street.
During the parade route, an inflatable duck sported a Christmas stocking hat.
Buddy the elf, Mrs. Claus and Santa arrived off a sleigh.

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