Price Hill Thanksgiving Day Parade
By Olivia Wall
The annual Thanksgiving Day Parade was held Thursday, November 28. Seton and Elder participated as well as many other local schools and businesses by marching with the band, singing with Elder glee club and the Seton ensemble, and also marching solely to represent the Seton community. Every year, the parade is held to celebrate the community, the Thanksgiving holiday, and the start of the Christmas season. The Grand Marshall of the parade was newly elected mayor, John Cranley, who grew up in Price Hill.
Despite the cold temperatures, many people still came out to support their community. The streets were all lined with Price Hill natives, who have been spectating for years, and even some newcomers who ventured out to see what the parade is all about. Senior Taylor Hirth says, “I love coming to the parade, I’ve attended my whole life and it’s even cooler now that I participate in it with the Seton Vocal Ensemble.” Year after year, the parade never disappoints. It is the perfect way to celebrate the Thanksgiving holiday and kick off the Christmas season, especially with Santa Claus on the final float.