Colorful swirling lights ac-cented the Fredericksburg High School Band on Friday night, including color guard member Abbey Smith and fellow band members behind her, including Sarah Deer-ing, Gabby Bloodgood, Aroura Bloodgood and Ja-cob Garcia. An estimated 15,000 people lined Main Street for the Light the Night Christmas Parade that fea-tured 122 entries. The pa-rade was a production of the Fredericksburg Chamber of Commerce and presented by H-E-B. More photos on A3. — Standard-Radio Post/Yvonne Hartmann
Dancing and twirling their way up and down Main Street on Friday night dur-ing the Light the Night Christmas Parade were Bri-anna Garnica, left, and Mia Rodriquez from Groupo Folklorico de Bendiciones of San Antonio. An esti-mated 15,000 people turned out for the parade that fea-tured 122 entries. — Stand-ard-Radio Post/Yvonne Hartmann
The entry from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints for Friday night’s parade included a lighted camel ridden by one of the three wise men (Luke) Truett) who accom-panied by a shepherd (No-ah DeLeon).
Riding atop the St. Mary’s Catholic Church float on Friday night at the Light the Night Christmas Parade were the pastors, the Rev. John Nolan, left, and the Rev. Jean Baptiste Magbia Zabusu.
All wrapped up, Reyna Petty waves from the Security State Bank and Trust float to the estimated 15,000 people who lined Main Street on Friday night for the annual parade.
Taking time out from their busy schedule, Santa and Mrs. Claus (Russell and Ri-ta Rice) helped lead the Night the Light Christmas Parade on Friday night. The parade is a production of the Fredericksburg Chamber of Commerce and presented by H-E-B.
The Lights Fantastic
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