2017-12-06 / Community View

Dryden Township Fire Dept. lights up village with Christmas parade



Carol Gaglish strolls down East Main Street in the first-ever Dryden Township Christmas Light Parade Friday night. Several hundred people gathered at the village’s main four corners to watch a dozen lighted parade entries come down Mill Street from Dryden Elementary on their way to the fire hall. Carol Gaglish strolls down East Main Street in the first-ever Dryden Township Christmas Light Parade Friday night. Several hundred people gathered at the village’s main four corners to watch a dozen lighted parade entries come down Mill Street from Dryden Elementary on their way to the fire hall.

A utility vehicle from Rosy Brothers Inc. leads a group of lighted vehicles down East Main Street. The Dryden Township Fire Dept.’s first Christmas Light Parade ended with scores of area children packing into the fire hall for hot cocoa, cookies and a visit with Santa. 
Photos by Phil Foley A utility vehicle from Rosy Brothers Inc. leads a group of lighted vehicles down East Main Street. The Dryden Township Fire Dept.’s first Christmas Light Parade ended with scores of area children packing into the fire hall for hot cocoa, cookies and a visit with Santa. Photos by Phil Foley

Raiden, Tennera and Hunter Kritzman check out the cookie selection at the Dryden Township Fire Hall after Friday night’s Christmas Light Parade. Raiden, Tennera and Hunter Kritzman check out the cookie selection at the Dryden Township Fire Hall after Friday night’s Christmas Light Parade.

Travis and Bailee Evans hang out with Santa and Mrs. Clause at the Dryden Township Fire Hall. Travis and Bailee Evans hang out with Santa and Mrs. Clause at the Dryden Township Fire Hall.

Haylie Gotbey gets her first look at Santa as the jolly old elf strolls through the Dryden Township Fire Hall Friday night. Haylie Gotbey gets her first look at Santa as the jolly old elf strolls through the Dryden Township Fire Hall Friday night.

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