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Photo essay: Leesburg's Annual Christmas and Holiday Parade
Leesburg - Yesterday crowds came out and lined the streets to see the Christmas and Holiday Parade in Leesburg, Virginia. This parade is an annual tradition that celebrates the festive season.
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A local division of the Fraternal Order of Police coming down King Street in a classic police car.
A large John Deere tractor pulls this festive group as they wave to crowds. The baby to the right had a Santa hat on earlier in the morning and looked simply adorable.
The Chick-fi-A mascot waves to parade attendees in a classic Chevy car.
A festive float
River Riders came down from Harper's Ferry, West Virginia to participate in the parade.
Leesburg Police pulled several kids through the parade in these 55 gallon drum carts.
There were several pairs of dogs that marched through the parade route.
Frosty and Rudolph riding down King Street
A truck decorated with Girl Scout Cookie boxes pulls a Girl Scout float down King Street
Kids had a blast picking up candy canes and other types of goodies that were passed out by parade participants. Digital Journal even observed one dental business handing out tooth brushes.
A Christmas carol singalong
Many businesses participated in this year's festive parade in Leesburg. Here are participants from a local jewelry store.
Dance school performers
The Leesburg Volunteer Fire Department was all dressed up for the occasion.
Dancers from a local dance school perform for parade attendees in this weekend's Christmas and Holiday parade.
Shepherds, angels and wise men wave to the crowds.
Girl Scout Troop 352 waves to the crowds and gives out candy to the kids.
Santa arrived in a classic car waving to crowds that lined up and down both sides of Leesburg's King Street.
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