Jay Chatter

Marching into Christmas at the Marshfield Christmas Parade


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The Marshfield Christmas Parade took place on Dec. 8 at the Marshfield Square and started at 10 a.m.

The MHS band performed and marched along with many other sponsors including the Marshfield Fire Department, Girl Scouts, the Marshfield Nazarene Church and many more.

It lasted for half an hour and was extremely cold according to MHS band mates.

“It was so fun and I loved being there, but it was freezing.” August Thoms, freshman, claims. “It was very Christmasy and I loved that about it.”

There were floats, music and plenty of joy for the whole town. Families lined up on the sides as they watched the floats go by. Lori Hutton, band director said the cold temperatures could have been a slight problem. “If the weather/wind chill is too low, the valves and slide will freeze and then there will be no sound,” Hutton said. “Fortunately, the temps were just high enough that we were able to perform.”

“We are very proud of the students marching in the Christmas parade. Many people, both young and old, enjoy watching and listening to the band each year,” Hutton added.

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Marching into Christmas at the Marshfield Christmas Parade