Fredonia Valley Bank grand marshal for 'Small Town Christmas' parade


Fredonia Valley Bank was selected as this year's grand marshal for the "Small Town Christmas" parade in Fredonia. The bank has a location in Fredonia and Eddyville. Above are employees from both locations. (Front row, from left): Lisa Guess, Rhonda Beavers, Angie Phillips, Sandy Engler, Lois Anne Tosh, Amanda Winters, Evelyn Elder, Pam Doom, Vivian Thomas, Kim Brown, Gary Holland and Ed Young. (Back row, from left): J. Brent Bugg, Steve Stewart, Jenny McKinney, Tom Jones, Steve Meadows, Landon Young, Baron Guess, Chelsea Oliver and Cindy Cruce.

Fredonia is bringing "Small Town Christmas" to the streets with its parade scheduled for 6 p.m. Dec. 6. Fredonia Valley Bank has been named this year's grand marshal.

"The Fredonia Valley Bank is a big supporter of activities going on in Fredonia," said Michelle Travis, chairman of the Fredonia Activities Committee. "Especially at the Community Fall Festival that we started this year. We plan on making it an annual event."

The bank celebrated its 125th year of service during the Community Fall Festival in October.

The Fredonia Planning Committee asks that parade entrants start lining up at 5:15 p.m. at the old Fredonia school parking lot and enter by City Hall. Anyone is welcome to participate in the parade. For more information, call Travis at 270-625-6936. "We ask that no one park in the First Baptist parking lot," Travis said. "If you are riding on a float in the parade, please park behind the old school. We need the school parking lot for participants of the parade."

Travis said people can follow the What's Happening in Fredonia, Kentucky Facebook page for any updates.

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