City of Saginaw MI -
Brand New Float for Christmas Parade
Look for a brand new float in the Christmas Parade this year, thanks for the Children's Zoo, Mike's Wrecker and students at the Saginaw Career Complex. The Children's Zoo donated a wagon and Don Laufner of Mike's Wrecker helped move the wagon and provided wheels. The students in the Auto Repair and Construction classes are getting it ready to debut on November 19, 2016 this year. Construction instructor, Mr. Allen Thompson has had experience designing floats and with the help of his construction class, will have it ready to carry Mr. Tom Webb, the Grand Marshal. Students are putting their construction skills to use to design and build a float that is not only functional but looks great too.
The Christmas Parade is scheduled for Saturday, November 19, 2016 at 11AM. It begins at Jefferson and E. Genesee in Downtown Saginaw and continue south on S. Washington to Ezra Rust, ending on Ojibway Island. Applications are available by calling (989) 753-9168 or going to our website at www.prideinsaginaw.com
For more information please call:
Jeanne Conger, Director
PRIDE in Saginaw, Inc.
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