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Perhaps one of the most creative floats in the Winter Wonderland Parade Friday, Nov. 16, was of a T-Rex skeleton wearing a Santa hat decorating a Christmas Tree. The T-Rex’s mouth opened and closed and its eyes would glow red. The float was made by Wreckers Towing & Transport. The parade began after a tree lighting ceremony on the courtsquare.

Perhaps one of the most creative floats in the Winter Wonderland Parade Friday, Nov. 16, was of a T-Rex skeleton wearing a Santa hat decorating a Christmas Tree. The T-Rex’s mouth opened and closed and its eyes would glow red. The float was made by Wreckers Towing & Transport. The parade began after a tree lighting ceremony on the courtsquare.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Perhaps one of the most creative floats in the Winter Wonderland Parade Friday, Nov. 16, was of a T-Rex skeleton wearing a Santa hat decorating a Christmas Tree. The T-Rex’s mouth opened and closed and its eyes would glow red. The float was made by Wreckers Towing & Transport. The parade began after a tree lighting ceremony on the courtsquare.

Perhaps one of the most creative floats in the Winter Wonderland Parade Friday, Nov. 16, was of a T-Rex skeleton wearing a Santa hat decorating a Christmas Tree. The T-Rex’s mouth opened and closed and its eyes would glow red. The float was made by Wreckers Towing & Transport. The parade began after a tree lighting ceremony on the courtsquare.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2018/11/web1_SDN111718Parade.jpgPerhaps one of the most creative floats in the Winter Wonderland Parade Friday, Nov. 16, was of a T-Rex skeleton wearing a Santa hat decorating a Christmas Tree. The T-Rex’s mouth opened and closed and its eyes would glow red. The float was made by Wreckers Towing & Transport. The parade began after a tree lighting ceremony on the courtsquare. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News