Clifton Chamber’s Lighted Christmas Parade dazzles, delights crowd

The Clifton Chamber of Commerce recently held the Lighted Christmas Parade. With more than 20 initial sign-ups and many more lining the sidewalk, the parade was a success for all those involved. The Clifton Lions Club, Clifton High School Marching Band, the Bosque County Sheriff's Office, Clifton Police Department, Valley Mills Fire Department, and many more were involved. Local businesses and families turned out for the fun.
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Santa visited the Clifton Volunteer Fire Department for the annual Lighted Christmas Parade in downtown Clifton.

The Clifton Chamber of Commerce recently held the Lighted Christmas Parade. With more than 20 initial sign-ups and many more lining the sidewalk, the parade was a success for all those involved. The Clifton Lions Club, Clifton High School Marching Band, the Bosque County Sheriff’s Office, Clifton Police Department, Valley Mills Fire Department, and many more were involved. Local businesses and families turned out for the fun.

Four-legged friends from Bosque Animal Rescue Kennels and even horses ridden by several graced the streets. President Paige Key of the Clifton Chamber could be seen greeting those lining up, ready the procession for the big march. See the video below for the entire processed as it came down Avenue D:

The event concluded for many at the Fa La La Flea at the Market at the Mill or at Olaf’s for Brian Barrett and the Bosque Gents. Listen in for more from those that attended and participated in our next podcast.

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