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  • Preparations Begin for 2011 Ocoee Christmas Parade

    Posted on October 16th, 2011 Ocoee Lions Club 2 comments

    This year’s Ocoee Christmas Parade, presented by the Ocoee Lions Club in conjunction with the City of Ocoee, will run on Saturday December 3rd, starting at 10:00 am.

    The Parade will start at the intersections of Maguire Road and Enterprise Street, and end at Municipal Lakefront Park at Ocoee City Hall.

    Check back here or on our facebook page after the Parade for photos and video, when they become available. Tag yourselves in photos on the facebook page. Plan to take photos or video? Share them on our facebook page. You’ll find news updates there too.

    For those of you who plan to enter floats, marchers, walkers, etc, please see the registration form, lineup information and route map below.
    2011 Registration Form
    2011 Parade Lineup Information
    Printable Christmas Parade Route
    Parade Route in Google Maps

    View Ocoee Christmas Parade in a larger map

    Update: Gail Paschall-Brown, reporter with WESH 2 News, and long-time Ocoee resident Roger Freeman, have been announced as 2011 Ocoee Christmas Parade MC’s. The Parade will be broadcast on Ocoee TV and Orange TV. Times to be announced. Martha Lopez-Anderson and Dana “Andy” Anderson, of Saving Young Hearts, have been named as Grand Marshals of the Ocoee Christmas Parade. Saving Young Hearts is a local organization whose vision is to reduce the incidence of Sudden Cardiac Arrest in children and young adults through early detection.


    2 responses to “Preparations Begin for 2011 Ocoee Christmas Parade”

    1. Dear Lions Club,

      We are very excited about the Christmas Parade. When I went in to complete the Registration Form, it would not let me fill-in the entries. Please advise what I should do.

      Thank you,

      Sandy Cargil

    2. Ocoee Lions Club

      That is a registration form you have to print out and then fax, drop off or mail. That sounds like something we should look into for the future, to be able to fill in the form and register online.

      Ocoee Lions Club

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