Christmas parade set for Saturday

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ROMNEY — Santa Claus, miniature horses, go-karts, floats, antique cars and new cars, music and much more will be a part of this year’s Christmas parade.

Join in the fun and celebration this Saturday, Dec. 8, when the parade leaves around noon at the corner of Rosemary Lane and High Street, continue south to the stoplight, turn west on Main Street and end at School Street.

The Trojan Marching Band will be playing holiday music. Several church choirs will be singing and members of the Romney First United Methodist Church bell choir will be performing along the parade route.

New this year will be Bill Price from Short Gap with his six-car barrel train.

Don Perry will be back again this year with his antique cars.

Children of all ages will enjoy miniature horses from Kerri Snyder and Belinda Shingleton.

Numerous businesses will have floats.

Fire companies and EMS squads countywide will be participating.

Members of Augusta Motor Speedway are decking out their go-karts for Christmas and riding in the parade.

Hampshire County Animal Control workers will show dogs and cats that are available for adoption from a pickup truck.

Miss Hampshire County, Kaitlyn Turner, will ride in a vehicle donated by Mayhew Chevrolet.

The Valley Health Coach will be in the parade.

There will be lots of candy, music, fire trucks, ambulances and much more.


The Romney Fire Department and the Hampshire Review are sponsoring the parade.


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