Exeter Parade brings Christmas paradise to Pine Street

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Following Thursday’s open house, Exeter’s Christmas Parade kept downtown merry and bright on Friday evening
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One rider on the Exeter City Dance float rests her head on her friend during Exeter’s Dec. 1 Christmas Parade. Photo by Tom Kreger.

One rider on the Exeter City Dance float rests her head on her friend during Exeter’s Dec. 1 Christmas Parade. Photo by Tom Kreger.

EXETER – Christmas is a merry time of year in every community and Exeter was particularly upbeat to kick off this Christmas season.
After a successful Thursday night open house, their first on Nov. 30, residents turned out to ring in the season while watching friends, schools, organizations, and of course the cutest kids the city has to offer, parade through downtown on some exotic and well built floats.
 
 
 
PARADE AWARD RESULTS
Youth:
1st: Rocky Hill School
2nd: Exeter 4-H
Floats:
1st: Tulare County Sheriff’s Office
2nd: 2017 Miss Woodlake Lions Rodeo Queen
Marching Bands:
EUHS Marching Band & Color Guard
Wilson Middle School Band
Dancing/Baton Groups:
1st: Exeter City Dance/Winter Wonderland
2nd: Porterville Twirlerettes
Animals:
1st: Midnight Maidens
2nd: The Visalia Rockettes Jr Drill Team
Misc.:
1st: Mid Valley Disposal
2nd: Riding for a Reason
 
Rocky Hill School entered their electric vehicle for the Christmas Parade. Photo by Tom Kreger.

Rocky Hill School entered their electric vehicle for the Christmas Parade. Photo by Tom Kreger.

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