Rotary Christmas Parade Saturday November 21st

Thunder Bay Rotary Christmas Parade

Thunder Bay Rotary Christmas ParadeTHUNDER BAY – The Rotary Christmas Parade hit the streets of Thunder Bay on Saturday November 21st. There were over sixty floats in this year’s Christmas Parade which started at the Real Canadian Superstore and ended at the Thunder Bay Community Auditorium.

The 2015 Thunder Bay Rotary Christmas Parade was carried live to a world-wide audience on NetNewsLedger again this year.

Your hosts, Frank Pullia and Kateri Skaarup shared the excitement of the 2015 Thunder Bay Rotary Christmas Parade which was bigger and better than ever.

The weather for the parade was chilly, but sunny. There were almost 20 thousand people out for the parade enjoying the start to the Christmas and holiday season in Thunder Bay Ontario.

Councillor Frank Pullia also highlighted the great community spirit of Thunder Bay. Pullia brought greetings to viewers, including a message in Italian to those who were tuning in from Italy and around the world.

The many service clubs in the parade provide the City of Thunder Bay with many amazing services and incredible volunteer  efforts.

Newly elected Thunder Bay MPs Don Rusnak and Patty Hadju were in attendance, along with Mayor Keith Hobbs and his lovely wife Marisa.


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