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Leary celebrates Christmas in a big way

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December 14, 2002

Leary- The town of Leary united to watch what they call the best event of the year, the annual Christmas parade. Many say the best thing about the parade are the bands that come to perform and steal the show.

Many band members say it takes long hours and lots of hard work for the them to get ready for parades. Many community groups and churches also spent hours building floats just to make sure everything is right in place.

Many Leary residents say they can't wait to see the end of the parade each year. They say when Santa Arrives, they know that Christmas is almost here.

Posted at 4:45PM by Jocelyn.Maner@walb.com

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