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Community donates over 4,000 lbs of food during Santa Claus Parade

This time of year, it’s normally Santa who delivers the goods.

But on Sunday, it was North Bay who showed out.

Officials share they’re in awe of the over 4,123 lbs of food, and over $500 donated at this year’s Santa Claus Parade.

A tonne of floats made their way from Chippewa to Ferguson and eventually Main Street.

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This year’s theme was Outdoor Winter Activities and some winneres were also recently announced.

Best Overall float went to Redpath Canada Ltd. and Century 21 Blue Sky Realty took Best Spirit.

A full list of winners is available at My North Bay Now dot com.

The winner are:

Best Overall

Redpath Canada Ltd.

Best Spirit

Century 21 Blue Sky Realty

Hospitality Industry

1st – Travelling Toes Spa & Cosmetics by Nurse Danielle

2nd – Wacky Wings Eatery & Beverage Co.

Service Groups or Organizations

1st – 547 Squadron, North Bay Air Cadets

2nd – Motion

Elementary School

1st – École Publique Héritage

2nd – École Saint-Vincent

Post Secondary School

1st – Canadore College

Not-For-Profit Group

1st – Canadian Traditional Scouting Association

2nd – OUTLoud North Bay

Secondary School

1st – Chippewa Secondary School

Commercial/Industrial Group

1st TIED – Redpath Canada Ltd.

1st TIED – North Bay Hydro & Laurentian Ski Hill

2nd – Century 21 Blue Sky Realty

Sports Group

1st – Nipissing Roller Derby

2nd – North Bay Ski Racing Club

Bands:

1st – The St. Joseph-Scollard Hall Bears Marching Band

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