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Jan 26, 2007 Haleiwa, HI
Christmas Parade
By Antya Miller

The Christmas Parade was a great success again this year with 38 units including five floats, two bands (Royal Hawaiian and Waialua High and Intermediate School), two horse units, and numerous walking and vehicle units – over 500 participants. It gets bigger and better every year. Thank you to the committee members who helped make this event one of the best country-town parades: Butch Perreira, Chris Gardner, Bob Leinau, Ron Valenciana, Jacob Van Houten, and Renee Webb.

David Anana was the 2006 Grand Marshall for
“Living Aloha Today and All Year Long”
 
Waialua High School Band members before the
parade.
 
Waialua Elementary School parade participants.

 

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