Holley parade adds more lighted fire trucks, floats

Posted 2 December 2018 at 8:46 am

Photos by Tom Rivers

HOLLEY – Holley’s Nights of Lights was Saturday and was bigger than in recent years. There were about 15 floats and fire trucks lighted up in a parade down Route 31 through the Public Square.

The top photo shows the first place winner, the First Responders Group through Holley Central School.

The Clarendon Volunteer Fire Company brought a ladder truck with a Minion on top.

Orleans County Sheriff Randy Bower and his confidential secretary, Clara Martin, added some holiday cheer to the parade.

The Holley DPW gave Frosty the Snowman a lift in the parade.

The Flow family and friends had a float with a message of “Peace on Earth.”

The Head Start program through Community Action of Orleans & Genesee joined the procession through the Public Square.

The Orleans County Sheriff’s Office gives a friendly snowman a ride in the parade.

The Hamlin Fire District decorated a truck for the event.

Santa rode in the bucket truck for the Holley Electric Department.

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