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Technology Student Association from Olde Towne Middle and Ridgeland High to serve as Grand Marshals for Ridgeland’s “Twelve Days of Christmas” Parade

Christmas Parade - Twelve-Days-of-Christmas-8x10The City of Ridgeland is proud to present the 2015 Ridgeland Christmas Parade on Saturday, December 5 at 2 p.m. in Olde Towne Ridgeland. This year’s theme is “Twelve Days of Christmas.”

City officials, the Recreation and Parks Department, and the Keep Ridgeland Beautiful Committee announce that the Technology Student Association from Olde Towne Middle School and Ridgeland High School will serve as this year’s Grand Marshals. The technology students qualified for the National Technology Student Association competition in 2015. Several of the teams from Ridgeland’s Technology Student Association also earned national awards.

The parade route will begin at the Holmes Community College Campus in Ridgeland. The parade will travel east on Ridgeland Avenue, turn southbound onto Maple Street, then turn westbound onto Jackson Street, northbound on Sunnybrook Road, and finish back at Holmes Community College. West Jackson Street will be closed from Sunnybrook Road to Maple Street during the parade.

If your business or group would like to be a part of the parade, it’s free to join! Download and complete the parade entry form.

For more information about the event, contact Wendy Bourdin, special events coordinator, at 601-853-2011.