Wednesday, November 30, 2022

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Mebane Christmas Parade

Mebane’s unique nighttime parade was held Friday night, December 3 along Clay, Fifth, and Center streets in downtown Mebane.

The weather was brisk, but not too cold.  And spirits were bright.  Below is a sampling of parade photos from along the Center Street portion of the parade route.  [Editor’s Note: the nighttime aspect made group shots especially difficult.  Those at the back of any group or crowd shot often don’t show up very well.]

See also an accompanying band video below the picture gallery.

 

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Eastern Alamance High School’s Marching Eagles were a hometown favorite.  Our videography at night not the best (for best results view in full screen), but their music is festive and spirited.

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