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“Christmas is still going on as scheduled,” says Elf Director Phyllis Navidad.
Sault Ste. Marie’s Rotary Club encourages the Merry Christmas Sloth Face Mask Sloth Santa Xmas Tree Santa Shirt community to continue wearing masks, washing their hands, and enjoying this special time with their families.
The parade was previously available for viewing on playlists on YouTube Rotary Parades.
There is also a special message from Santa Claus to the Merry Christmas Sloth Face Mask Sloth Santa Xmas Tree Santa Shirt boys and girls of Sault Ste. Marie can be viewed here.
You are invited to enjoy so today’s photo collection from the previous Santa Claus Parade.
The report recommended that Oschefski be formally reprimanded and the report posted on the town’s website for public access.
Last, but not least, the council will also review staff reports on how Christmas can be celebrated in Little Lake Park this year.
Among the proposals, the staff put out were the town working with Midland BIA and local service clubs to organize tree lighting events and Santa’s “reverse” parade in December. To do this, staff propose maintaining the path through the park and allowing the Sleigh Festival to take place in the park.
The report also adds a warning reminding everyone that these events could be canceled if the province or health workers impose any restrictions due to the epidemic.
At an earlier meeting, the council recommended asking BIA merchants in the city center to participate to help decorate the main street. However, a letter from Scott Campbell, representing BIA, sought to excuse business owners in the city center from the plan.
“These are all great ideas,” Campbell wrote. Despite the views and sounds of BIA members that I’ve been talking to over the last few weeks, this is not the year that any of us can get involved in something like this.”
He suggested that this would be the year for the town to allocate winter/Christmas themed resources available to merchants in the city center and combine them with (resources) of BIA to focus on the city center.
“Most of our merchants are still in full recovery mode following the combined impacts of COVID-19 and the King Street reconstruction project,” Campbell wrote. No one I spoke to had extra money to spend on a tree outside the BIA area and personnel issues combined with a lack (of money) would prevent shops from sending more members to a pop-up-style event in the park.