With Christmas music playing, a life size Santa in tow and decorated with lots of Lollipops and Candies for the "Visions of Sugar Plums" parade theme, the 1925 Model T Ford Truck that belongs to the South County Historical Society made its way down Grand Street on the drizzly morning for the annual Grover Beach Holiday Parade.
This truck was owned by the E.C. Loomis Feed Co. and has a long history as a working vehicle in the Arroyo Grande Valley.
The Grover Holiday Parade sponsored by the Grover Beach Chamber of Commerce and the City of Grover Beach had over 80 entries which included Marching Bands, Horses, Dogs, Boats, Drill Teams and Vintage Vehicles.
Several Trophies were presented at the Parade one of which was presented to the South County Historical Society!
Edward Diable and Vivian Krug accepting a First Place Trophy in the Grover Beach Holiday Parade from Mr. Leon of the Grover Beach Chamber of Commerce.
The 37th Annual
Grover Beach Holiday Parade
was held on December 6th, 2003.
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Photographs by Ross Kongable
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