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Oro Valley Holiday parade is Dec. 14

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Posted: Wednesday, November 6, 2013 9:56 am

The ninth Annual Oro Valley Holiday Parade is slated for Saturday, Dec. 14 at 9:30 a.m. and will last approximately 90 minutes. This year’s parade will once again be celebrating Small Businesses in Oro Valley.

Open to individuals, businesses, local community organizations and school performing groups, entries may include adults and children, pets, decorated vehicles including antique cars and golf carts, commercial mascots, choral groups and marching bands.  The parade will begin east of Ironwood Ridge High School at the intersection of La Cholla and proceed east along Naranja Drive to the Oro Valley Library/Town Hall Campus.

Catalina Community Services will have barrels along the parade route for the collection of non-perishable food items.

All participants must complete an entry form, which can be submitted at www.orovalleyparade.org , and must be received by Dec. 2.

Hiremath Family Dentistry is our Title Sponsor for the eighth consecutive year. The Town of Oro Valley, Greater Oro Valley Chamber of Commerce, and Merrill Lynch are Platinum Sponsors.

Plan to join the fun and festivities to support our wonderful community.

For further information, go to www.orovalleyparade.org or contact Jackie Devery at 520-404-2825.

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