Wyandotte Christmas Parade

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JOIN US IN THE PARADE THIS YEAR

DATE:  Saturday, November 17, 2018
Parade begins @ 10:00 a.m.

  • UPPER DOWNRIVER RIGHT TO LIFE IS UNIT #39. WE ARE LOCATED IN SECTION 3.  We’ll line up on Biddle between Spruce and Cedar.  Remember, parade units line up in chronological order so we’re always easy to find!
  • Anna Danyko will be there just after 9:30 a.m.  PLEASE be there by 10:00 a.m.  YOU’LL BE BACK HOME AGAIN BY NOON.
  • Look for Rosalie’s brand new shiny red car.  She’ll be driving again in our unit.
  • SOMETHING NEW FOR US:  Music – We now have a new portable car P.A. Sound System and will be playing many Christmas carols as we stroll down Biddle Avenue.  More fun!
  • WE ALSO, acquired many, large JINGLE BELLS which we will be using in sync with our music.
  • DRESS WARM!  You never know what kind of weather we’ll have.  Wear layers.
  • REMEMBER:  The parade goes on rain, snow, or shine.  Don’t wimp out on me!
  • INVITE YOUR FRIENDS to join us.  The more the merrier!  Need children to pass out cards and candy for our unit.
  • DON’T FORGET:  If you need a ride back to your car, we can help you out at the end of the parade.
SEE YOU AT THE PARADE!

Wyandotte Christmas Parade

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You, your family, and friends are ALL INVITED to “walk for life” in Wyandotte’s Christmas Parade along with Upper Downriver Right To Life.  PLEASE JOIN US next Saturday, November 18, 2017.  The parade officially begins @ 10:00 a.m.   We are NUMBER 39 – remember all units are in chronological order so we are easy to find.  We will line up on Biddle between Spruce and Cedar – probably closer to Spruce.  Just look for Rosalie’s red car.

We need people to carry our sign, pass out candy and Christmas greeting cards.  REMEMBER, the parade goes on rain, snow, or shine.  Wear layers to keep warm.  (Actually, it’s suppose to warm up by the end of the week.)  ALSO, since we are closer to the beginning of the parade this time around, we will probably begin walking around 10:15 a.m. and should be done by 11:15 a.m.

If you think about it, that’s really not that much time to devote to the cause of LIFE next Saturday morning.  I hope to see many people there.  The parades are always a fun and a positive pro-life outreach to our local community.  By the way, feel free to get creative with a Christmas theme in regard to your dress – wear bells.  There’s only one catch:  No one is allowed to dress up in the full Santa suit as that’s reserved for the city’s own Santa who will be in attendance in the last unit of the parade.