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Annual Duncan Christmas Parade Brings Community Together

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DUNCAN, Okla. - The Christmas spirit filled the streets of downtown Duncan Saturday with the city's annual Christmas Parade.

More than 160 entries including floats, marching bands, classic cars, motorcycles, and even a train made their way throughout the downtown area.

Even Santa Claus revved up the Christmas spirit on his motorcycle.

For some, the Duncan Christmas Parade is a special way to bring the community together during the holiday season.

 "I love just watching the community come together, and watching the eyes on the kids light up. Everybody gets excited. It is just a great community," said Nicole Baldwin.

Baldwin said that she never misses a parade, attending has actually become a family tradition. This is the 15th year she has been a part of the Christmas celebration, and every member of her family participated in some way.

 

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