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Huge Turnout For Donation Day Parade

(Donation Day Parade sound)

A huge turnout Friday morning for the 138th Annual Donation Day Parade through Downtown Grass Valley, under sunny, but chilly skies. Hundreds of Pre-K through eighth graders from most schools in Nevada County showed up, carrying non-perishable food for those less fortunate this holiday season. That included seven-year-old Leila, who goes to Grass Valley Charter School, where the parade ends…

click to listen to Leila

Six-year-old Eli was carrying a jar of peanut butter when I caught up with him. But he was one of the more prominent participants, carrying the banner…

click to listen to Eli

And Grass Valley Charter Vice-Principal Alex Ezzell was also impressed with the participation in the parade, which was cancelled by the pandemic a year ago…

click to listen to Alex Ezzell

The Grass Valley Ladies Relief Society continues to put on the event.

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