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Christmas Arrives in Style in Elizabethtown

By Erin Smith

December 1, 2013

Erin Smith|Bladen Journal


Santa and Mrs. Claus arrive in Elizabethtown by horse drawn buggy on Sunday afternoon during the Elizabethtown Christmas Parade.


Erin Smith|Bladen Journal


The Sudan Roadsters of Sampson County always provide a thrill for parade goers with their breathtaking speeds and dare devil stunts.


Erin Smith|Bladen Journal


The Sudan Roadsters of Sampson County always provide a thrill for parade goers with their breathtaking speeds and dare devil stunts.


Erin Smith|Bladen Journal


The Sudan Cruisers of the Hope Mills Shrine Club joined the Elizabethtown Christmas Parade this year to the delight of the crowd. They zigged and zagged their way down the parade route showing their expert driving skills.


Erin Smith|Bladen Journal


The folks of Southeastern Health of Bladen County had a great time in board their float as they entertained the crowd with Christmas carols and dancing.


Erin Smith|Bladen Journal


Classic cars earned rave reviews from parade goers.


Erin Smith|Bladen Journal


The members of the Elizabethtown Town Council rode in style in their vintage fire truck.


Erin Smith|Bladen Journal


The NC work Horse and Mule Association had an entry int he parade. The horses were pulling and old style wagon along the way reminiscent of a bygone era.


Erin Smith|Bladen Journal


The Sudan Tomcats of the Robeson County Shrine Club also joined in on the fun in the Elizabethtown Christmas Parade.


Erin Smith|Bladen Journal


Two-year-old Hayden Barbour of White Lake enjoys the Elizabethtown Christmas Parade.