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Montgomery County Thanksgiving Parade to Kick off Nov. 23

by AFRO Staff

    16th annual Montgomery County Thanksgiving Parade flyer. (Courtesy Photo)
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On Nov. 23, the 16th annual Montgomery County Thanksgiving Parade will convene at Ellsworth Drive and Fenton Street in Downtown Silver Spring.

Traveling the same route as last year, the parade will proceed south on Georgia Avenue, ending at Silver Spring Avenue.

ABC 7 Meteorologist Brian van de Graaff will once again serve as master of ceremonies introducing more than 100 parade units. In addition to the Washington Redskins Marching Band, the parade will feature glittering floats, a wide variety of local marching bands, beauty queens, clowns, fire engines and animal groups. As always, the parade will end with elves, reindeer and Santa’s sleigh.

The parade will be held rain or shine and will be broadcast live on News Channel 8. The telecast will be repeated on Thanksgiving Day.

For more information: 240-777-6821



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