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Dec-03-2007 15:57printcomments

Parade Means Canby Firefighters Will Brave the Weather Tonight

Canby Fire encourages residents to come out and get that foul weather photo.

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Canby Fire breaks out the classic fire engine for this special annual event. Photo: Canby Fire

(CANBY, Ore.) - This bad weather will not stop Canby Firefighters from their annual neighborhood parades supporting Canby area family's by collecting non perishible foods and toys, says Canby Fire Spokesman Troy Buzalsky.

He says tonight's parade starts at the Clackamas County Fairgrounds at 6:30 PM, and will run through various neighborhoods until it finishes at N Pine and 99E.

This is the first of three parades, all providing food and/or toys to the Canby Kiwanis, who then distributes them to the registered families.

Canby Fire encourages residents to come out and get that foul weather photo.

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Dates of parades include:

  • Monday December 3rd - See Northparade File
  • Wednesday December 5th - See Southparade File
  • Monday December 10th - See NorthSouthparade File




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