And the parade winners were….

More than 300 spectators came out on a chilly evening, Sunday, Nov. 29 for the Lake Cowichan Light-up parade.

Country Grocer won first place for its Santa Claus float at the 2015 Lake Cowichan Santa Claus parade

More than  300 spectators came out on a chilly evening, Sunday, Nov. 29 for the Lake Cowichan Light-up parade.

“It was a lot of fun,” said the Chamber of Commerce’s Kathrine Worsley after the event.

She announced the winners of the coveted parade awards, too.

In the Float/Vehicle/Walking Groups categories, first place went to Country Grocer with its Santa Claus float, second went to A&W for its vehicle entry, third place went to the Rivernotes Choir float, fourth place went to the Island Savings walking group and fifth place was taken by the Cowichan Lake Recreation float, Worsley said.

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