Members of the Frostproof Middle Senior High School Interact Club work on preparing Santa's float for the city's annual Christmas parade which was held last Saturday. Interact is a teenage version of Rotary Club, and students volunteered their time to help put the float together and pass out more than 1,000 stuffed animals.
Project Graduation volunteers worked hard to put parade goers in a holiday mood with their seasonal baked goods and hot chocolate. From left: Cindy Wilson, Melissa Mills, Jimmy Tucker and Amiee Shahan.
Seairra Martin was in the holiday mood, as was her pet reindeer, er, dog, Hiccup.
The Health Hut won the "Best Theme" award this year in a float that included Bob and Nancy Patton joining 85-year old Raymond Odom in the white cowboy hat.
The team from Ferguson Distribution warehouse always puts together a creative entry, and this year was no exception as they won the "Mayor's Choice" award.
Bob O'hara is all snazzy in his top hat. He was selected last month as Frostproof's Man of the Year. The city's Woman of the Year, Dede Lefils, joined him in Saturday's parade.
Operation Outdoor Freedom put together their parade entry with a definite Florida feel and flavor.
James Keene, Frostproof's Director of Public Works, enjoys a little time off his feet for a change, in the most comfortable spot on the city's float.
Family Life Church made sure that during all the festivities, we all remember the true meaning of Christmas. They won for "Best Overall" entry.
Macklin Towing from Avon Park had this creative and clever entry into Saturday's parade.
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