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Sunnyside celebrates parade weekend

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Photo by Laura Gjovaag

Coca-Cola’s truck lit up the night with a blinking display featuring the U.S. flag on the front and the company logo on the side. The entry won first place among commercial entries.

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Valley Hills Funeral Home’s horse-drawn lighted stage coach enters downtown with dairy ambassadors perched on top. Valley Hills earned first-place honors in the animal-drawn category.

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The Miss Sunnyside Court’s float arrives downtown during the Lighted Farm Implement Parade last Saturday night.

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An old Sunnyside fire truck was decorated complete with an inflated tractor on the front for the parade.

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First place in modern farm equipment entries was this Rollinger Farms antlered tractor.

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The YV-Tech nursing program brought Nurse Land to the parade Saturday.

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YV-Tech’s welding program produced a spinning Christmas tree with the Grinch on one side and Santa on the other. The entry won the top prize for youth floats in the parade.

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Photo by Julia Hart

Proving you are never too old to have your photo taken with Santa Claus are (left to right) Joelle Johnston and her sons, Simon and Sam. Taking a photo for the family is Johnston’s daughter Charlee.

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Gracyee Morris poses with Mrs. Santa Claus (Kathy Viereck) at Saturday’s Cookies with Mrs. Claus in the Sunnyside High School commons. Several hundred children turned out.

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Yareli Gomez, 2, pauses between bites of frosting at the annual Cookies with Mrs. Santa Claus at Sunnyside High School. Each child attending received a cookie, sprinkles and frosting at the parade weekend event, FFA advisor Amber Burnett said.

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Alexie Alcaraz enjoys a pancake with her father Jose at the Kiwanis Pancake Feed before the parade.

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Ian Redfield approaches the finish line to earn a second-place finish in the Jingle Bell Run before the Lighted Farm Implement Parade. First across the line was Michael Condie.

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