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SLIDESHOW | Langley’s Holiday Parade

Clara Jurriaans and Carlie Kuschnereit of Daisy Troop 44127 are front and center as the Girl Scouts prepare for the Langley Holiday Parade. Despite a constant rain, Saturday’s parade drew a good crowd of participants and onlookers alike. - Jim Larsen / The Record
Clara Jurriaans and Carlie Kuschnereit of Daisy Troop 44127 are front and center as the Girl Scouts prepare for the Langley Holiday Parade. Despite a constant rain, Saturday’s parade drew a good crowd of participants and onlookers alike.
— image credit: Jim Larsen / The Record

George Henny hands out candy to Linda Moore and Tori Schaker, age 9, who had the good sense to stand near the beginning of the parade where candy baskets were still full.

 

Scott Frederickson pauses his John Deere in front of the Star Store. He was pulling the popular Whidbey Island Fair float.

Laycee, age 1, and Miya Winchester share a carriage from which to watch the Langley Holiday Parade. Their mom, Brittany, is a 2004 graduate of Bayview High School. “We’re having fun,” she said, speaking for most of the rain-soaked crowd.

 

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