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HOLIDAY FUN - This weekend will kick off the Holiday Season with Lions Club offering a full day of activities on Saturday. The Lisbon and Ogdensburg Lion’s Clubs are sponsoring the 27th Annual Kennedy School Craft show from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Lights on the River will hold a spaghetti dinner at the Elks from 4 to 8 p.m. so you can enjoy the dinner before or after the parade. At 5:30 p.m., the Seaway Valley Prevention Council will begin serving hot chocolate to parade goers in front of City Hall, and the Ogdensburg Boys and Girls Club will sing Christmas Carols on the steps of City Hall. At 6 p.m., the 2nd Annual Lions Club Holiday Light Up The Night Parade will make its way down Ford Street. Immediately following the parade, the annual City Christmas Tree Lighting at City Hall, Showtime Chorus will entertain inside City Hall, and Santa will be visiting with children. Walgreen’s will be on hand to take professional photos of your children with Santa Claus. Please, remember to dress warm for the parade. Pictured above, in the front row from the left, are Cathy Amell, Mary McDonald, Audrey Harper, John Harper, and Charlene Ramono. In the middle row are Angie Gonyea, Barb Montroy, Anne Gemmill, Jen Kerr, and John Tishe. In the back row are Kathy Pairsian, Marsha Snyder, Sue House, Tim O’Reilly, and Dave House. The Lisbon and Ogdensburg Lions Club is grateful to the Ogdensburg Amvets who for the second consecutive year will have a float in the Light Up The Night Parade and have also offered to feed the parade participants and volunteers after the parade. (Photo Submitted)

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