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November 28, 2012

Parade to usher in the Yuletide season

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Somerset —

Somerset Police Lt. William Hunt said parade watchers will be allowed to park in designated parking spaces along the parade route. Also, he said city parking lots and several business parking areas will be empty late on Saturday afternoon and will be available for event parking.
Bobby Clue, executive director of the chamber, expressed thanks to the event planning committee made up of representatives of the chamber of commerce, downtown development agency, Somerset-Pulaski Convention & Visitors Bureau, Pulaski County Public Library, Pulaski Fiscal Court and city of Somerset.
 

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