Moultrie Observer


November 15, 2012

Great opportunity

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Dear editor:

Plans are under way for the 2012 Festival of Lights Moultrie Christmas Parade.

The parade is scheduled for Thursday, December 13 at 6:00 p.m.  The theme for this year’s parade is “Christmas Magic Under the Lights”.  Everyone is invited to participate in the parade as it makes its way downtown under the canopy of lights.

To receive an entry form, see any of the parade committee members below, visit, or call the Main Street office at 890-5455.

 This year’s parade will be live on the internet and live on CNS TV channel 6 in some of our CNS South Georgia communities.  The parade will be rebroadcasted on WSST-TV in the Cordele area December 18th.

  This is a great opportunity for businesses and organizations to be recognized throughout South & Middle Georgia.

For more information contact The City of Moultrie Main Street office at 890-5455.


Amy Johnson

City of Moultrie Main Street/Marketing Director

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