“He’s a mean one, Mr. Grinch,” and he was sulking through the streets of Mason during the annual Christmas parade on Saturday.
Four-year-old Gavin King, son of Jason and Tamara King of New Haven, was one of the first to sit on Santa’s lap following the Mason Christmas parade. Children who visited the jolly ol’ elf received a sugar cookie and a stocking of surprises.
Santa had a busy day in the Bend Area on Saturday, first traveling through New Haven atop a fire truck, then switching vehicles to a sleigh for the Mason parade.
Members of the Heaven’s Saints Motorcycle Ministries roared through town Saturday in the Mason Christmas parade.
Santa is pictured in the New Haven Christmas parade Saturday as he waves to the crowd. He met with the children following the parade in the fire station to hear their wish lists.
Sassafras 4-H Club members joined both the New Haven and Mason parades on Saturday with their float.
Fairview Bible Church reminded people of the real reason for the season, as their float declared, “Jesus is Born!” in the Bend Area parades.
Horses were among the entries in the New Haven Christmas parade, and are pictured making their way down the main thoroughfare.
The New Haven Fire Department Ladies Auxiliary Annual Christmas Bazaar was held Saturday in the fire station, to coincide with the parade. Many crafters showed their wares for holiday shopping.
The Mason County Right to Life Teens marched through the Bend Area Saturday, participating in both the New Haven and Mason holiday parades.
Ed Carson of Carson Farms shows off his antique car in the New Haven and Mason parades. Carson is a member of the New Haven Road Angels car club.