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Leading this year’s parade as grand marshal was Seymour High School teacher and founder of Seymour Pink, the Town’s breast cancer awareness initiative, Mary Deming. Ms. Deming  was chosen by the Seymour Christmas Parade Association for her volunteer work on breast cancer issues.

“Each year, the Seymour Christmas Parade Association selects a person to lead the parade who has made an outstanding contribution to the quality of life in the  community,” said Robert Lang, Association president. To date, more than $200,000 has been raised for breast cancer research since Deming spearheaded the movement in 2009. The Seymour Tradition Travel softball team returned for a third time, tossing out beads to those along the parade route.
At 1:40 p.m. a performance of “The Most Wonderful Time of the Year,” by the Rita Tottenham Studio dancers, took place at the reviewing stand located at the corner of Main and Bank streets. The parade is the legacy of the late Hermann Mackenstein, a vocational education teacher at Seymour High School who organized the event in 1971. The parade officially stepped off at 2 p.m. from Broad and Pine streets.



41ST Annual 
Christmas Parade!



Officer Ted Stockmon and his 1976 “NYPD” Plymouth Fury.

Rich Kovach’s 1988 “Metropolitan Police” Gran Fury.

Rob Capone and his sons with their 1978”Trumbull Police Department” Plymouth Fury.

Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays ! from my retired 1999 Cayuga County, New York Crown Victoria.




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