Greensburg holiday parade participants sought
Any band, group or organization interested in taking part in Greensburg's annual holiday parade should call the city's recreation department or visit the city's website.
The parade, in its 21st year, will start at noon Nov. 17 on Main Street.
A recreation official can be reached at 724-834-4880. If using the website at www.greensburgpa.org, click on community calendar under Welcome Home on the homepage, then click on holiday parade to download a participation form.
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