The members of the Rotary Club of Hamilton Stoney Creek volunteered at the Stoney Creek Santa Claus Parade on December 3rd.
The weather wasn't great but the excitement on the faces of all those participating and watching was amazing to see.
Thanks to all the Rotarians who came out to help make sure the parade was a success after a long break due to COVID. Without the help of all of you who volunteered, this year's parade may not have been possible.
The volunteers from our club doned the bright yellow 'People of Action' Vests and helped decorate the float in the morning and then assisted in lining up the floats, marching bands, automobiles, and community groups that participated in the parade that went from: 

St. John Henry Newman Catholic Secondary School on Grey's Road up to and along King Street and ended at the entrance of Battlefield Park.

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