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New Lacombe parade float unveiled

There was more than just fresh produce and goodies to be had at the farmers market in Lacombe last week. The City of Lacombe proudly unveiled its new parade float, which will be seen at Lacombe Days on July 21 and at the Tim Horton’s Santa Claus Parade on Nov. 29.

There was more than just fresh produce and goodies to be had at the farmers market in Lacombe last week. The City of Lacombe proudly unveiled its new parade float, which will be seen at Lacombe Days on July 21 and at the Tim Horton’s Santa Claus Parade on Nov. 29. The colourful float was designed to represent agriculture, a pioneer heritage, family values, recreation and creativity. The float will also make its way to Blackfalds, Red Deer’s Westerner Days, Edmonton’s Capital Ex and to the Calgary Stampede. The City of Lacombe is a community of over 12,000 residents. For more information, visit www.lacombe.ca.

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