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2017

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By STEVE HERRING sherring@newsargus.com The Wayne County Chamber of Commerce will sponsor the Golds- boro Christmas parade at 4 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 2. For many years, the Jaycees took the lead for the annual event. Five years ago, the Chamber stepped up to carry the torch for the annual holiday event. The parade route will start on South Center Street near the fire/police complex. It will follow Center Street to Walnut Street where it will turn right. It will follow Walnut Street for one block before turning left on John Street. It will follow John Street for one block before turning left on Mulberry to Center Street where it will turn right. At the traffic circle the parade route will turn left on Center Street. The parade will disband at Chestnut Street. The route is available online at www.waynecountychamber.com. The Fremont Christmas Parade, sponsored by Boy Scout Troop 12, will step off at 1 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 2. The lineup will start at 11 a.m. along Vance Street. Fire trucks will line up along South Vance Street and the other entries along North Vance Street. The route will follow Main, Goldsboro, South and Dock streets. The Princeton Women's Improvement Club will host the Princeton Christmas Parade at 1 p.m., Saturday, Dec. 2. The lineup will begin in the Princeton High School parking lot at noon. The route will follow Pearl Street to Third Street where it will turn right. It will turn right on Pine Street then right onto Dr. Jones Boulevard and back to the school. For more information, call Princeton Town Hall at 919-936-8171. The Pikeville Christmas Parade will be held at 3 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 3. The lineup will start at 2 p.m. Floats will line up at St. Joseph's Church at the corner of Mill and Church streets. Fire trucks will line up along Wash- ington Street. From the church, the route goes down Washington Street to Main Street where it turns left. It will follow Main Street to Railroad Street where it turns left again. It follows Railroad Street to the park where with will disband. The parade is sponsored by the Pikeville/Pleas- ant Grove Fire Department and private citizens. The Northeast Fire Depart- ment/Eureka Christmas Parade will start at 3 p.m. Sun- day, Dec. 10. The lineup will start at 2 p.m. on Davis Street Extension. From Davis Street, the route will turn left on Church Street, right on Main Street, left on Baker Street, left on Martin Street, left on Church Street and right on N.C. 222 East where the parade will disband near Eureka Cemetery. For more information, call Eureka Town Hall at 919-242- 5064. Selah Christian Church Grantham Community 1332 Selah Church Road • Four Oaks, NC Saturday, December 2, 2017 Sunday, December 3, 2017 6:00pm - 8:00pm • Rain or Shine We Welcome You To Drive Thru & See The Thirteen Scenes Portraying The Birth, Life, Death & Resurrection of Jesus It is our wish that you will receive our free gift of love this Christmas Season For Directions to the Church Call 919-689-3782 Live Nativity Scenes 13DAG1117J© NUT CRACKER COLLECTION Nut lovers flavor feast of Almonds, Black Walnuts, Brazils, Cashews, Mixed Nuts, PECANS, Peanuts, and Pistachios. CAROLINA NUTCRACKER Pecan Processor 545 Edwards Store Rd. • Grantham-Jordan Chapel Community Mount Olive, North Carolina 28365 Charles E. Tom and Ethel Britt Tel. (919) 689-2308 19DAG1116S© 20DCT1117L© 702 Corporate Drive, Goldsboro, NC 919.734.1617 www.carlandchelles.com Open at 5pm Daily Gift Cards Available CUSTOMER APPRECIATION EVENT Saturday, November 25 11:00am-4:00pm Celebrating Small Business Saturday Bring canned goods to help stock the "Make a Difference Food Panrty" and receive a $5 Gift Card from Carl & Chelle's Grill Room Join the VIP Club today! Enroll online at www.carlandchelles.com Local Vendors, Hors'd oevres, Wine Tasting, Great Christmas Gifts, Door Prizes, Lots of Fun Parade will abound this year in Wayne County with towns across the county being home to spirited, community Christmas parades. With Santa Claus and floats and local school bands performing, these holiday mainstays will ring in the season with cheer. Parading in the streets SCHEDULE Goldsboro Saturday, Dec. 2, 4 p.m. Downtown beginning on South Center Street Mount Olive Saturday, Dec. 2, 10 a.m. Downtown with line-up on Talton Avenue Pikeville Sunday, Dec. 3, 3 p.m. Line-up will be on the corner of Mill and Church streets Fremont Saturday, Dec. 2, 1 p.m. Line-up will be on Vance Street Santa waves to the crowd during the Goldsboro Christmas parade in 2016. TOP: Charles B. Aycock High School's color guard walk in the Fremont Christmas parade in 2016. BOTTOM: Santa waves during the Pikeville Christmas parade in 2016. 2 ---- Goldsboro News-Argus Thursday, November 23, 2017

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