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DEC. 1
AT 6:30
    The Monterey Christmas Parade, sponsored by the Monterey Civitan Club,
Monterey Lions Club, Monterey Garden Club, Monterey FCE Club, Monterey
Depot Historical Society, and Standing Stone Historical Society will be
Saturday, Dec. 1, at 6:30 p.m.
 The parade will form on E. Commercial Ave., in front of the Monterey High
School, beginning at 5 p.m. The parade route will proceed west on
Commercial Ave.; south on Holly; east on Stratton; breaking up near the
Monterey Dairy Queen and Volunteer Energy Cooperative.
 Float competition will be judged in five divisions:1. Religious, 2. Private
groups, 3. Community Based Clubs, 4. Commercial and 5. Industrial. Cash
prizes of $100, $75 and $50 will be awarded to first, second and third place
finishers in the religious, community based clubs and private groups. Trophies
for first, second and third place will be awarded for entries in the commercial
and industrial divisions. Float sponsors must be clearly visible on the entry to
facilitate judging. Winners will be announced at the Monterey Depot Museum
immediately following the parade. The theme for the parade is the same as
ever: CHRISTMAS.  
 After the parade, stop by the Monterey Depot Museum for a visit from Santa
Claus. Parents, bring your kids and cameras!
Safety and liability issues prohibit the throwing of candy and other treats by
parade participants. Violators will be removed from the parade. Antique car
entries must be 25 years or older, have no loud mufflers or racing engines.
Four and three wheelers are prohibited unless towing a float. City ordinances
pertaining to noise will be strictly enforced by the Monterey Police
Department. For more information, contact the Monterey Depot Museum at
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