Parade dazzles young and old

December 3, 2014
The lifesize Santa display in the window of David Mills’ offices attracts the attention of Little Stormy Bennett of London and her Nana Lesa Fore of Williamsburg as they wait for the parade to being. Stormy’s parents, Michael and LeNisha Bennett, have been coming to see the I Believe in Santa Parade for more than 10 years.

The lifesize Santa display in the window of David Mills’ offices attracts the attention of Little Stormy Bennett of London and her Nana Lesa Fore of Williamsburg as they wait for the parade to being. Stormy’s parents, Michael and LeNisha Bennett, have been coming to see the I Believe in Santa Parade for more than 10 years.

Santa and Mrs. Claus waved to the children during Barbourville’s annual I Believe in Santa Claus Parade Saturday.

Santa and Mrs. Claus waved to the children during Barbourville’s annual I Believe in Santa Claus Parade Saturday.

Santa couldn’t have asked for a more perfect night as he, Mrs. Claus, and a few elves, took a short break in toy making to participate in Barbourville’s annual I Believe in Santa Claus parade.


With at least 20 brightly lit vehicles or floats circling the courthouse square, there were plenty of sights and sounds of the season to keep everyone’s attention for nearly a half hour.

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