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Thank You From the Town of Grand Ridge

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The Town of Grand Ridge would like to thank each person and business that helped make the Grand Ridge Christmas Parade and Festival a huge success this year. I would like to personally thank Ducky Johnson House Movers, Blondie's Food and Fuel, Bondurant and Fuqua, Wal-Mart, G-Lea's Hair Salon, Milco-Mart #4, and two unnamed individuals who donated gift cards for our age 0-18 years old drawings.

I would also like to thank the City of Marianna, Mr. Jody Wells, Kelsey Jenkins, and Charlee Wikes for their contributions by providing games, face painting, and train rides for the children.
A special thanks to Kim and Cole Applewhite, Cambraige Chason, Cranston White, Kay Durden, Blair Edenfield, Ryne and Deedee Danford, Genice Moneyham, Morgan Gainer, Alecia Horne, Wayne Edenfield, Thomas Peaden, the Town of Grand Ridge staff, and the Department of Corrections work squads who worked really hard and donated their time to bring such joy to our community. Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays from the Town of Grand Ridge!

JR Moneyham, Town Manager

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