Holley lights up for the holidays
Photos by Tom Rivers
HOLLEY – Holley’s Parade of Lights passes through the Public Square tonight. Several local fire companies and other community organizations and businesses joined for the parade that started at the elementary school.
Santa stands at the back of a golf cart and greets people lined along the parade route, including people in front of the Community Free Library.
The crowd braves the bitter cold to watch the Parade of Lights pass through the Public Square.
Bentley Brothers in Albion and Brockport was among the local businesses that joined in the parade.
Holley’s Department of Public Works decorated its trucks for the parade.
Several nearby fire companies, including Clarendon, participated in the Parade of Lights.
Before the parade, Mayor John Kenney read names of people honored with memorial bulbs on a Christmas tree at Public Square.
Holley lighted the tree, a tradition that dates back about three decades.