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Weather changes Christmas parade plan!

The Wilmington Chamber of Commerce's Winter Wonderland lighted Christmas parade, scheduled for Saturday, Nov. 30, has been canceled due to anticipated inclement weather. Rain, wind and potential thunderstorms are in the forecast for parade time.

The Chamber will still host its holiday kickoff on Saturday, Dec. 14, from 2:30 to 5 p.m., on North Water Street. The event will feature rides on The Polar Express, free treats and visits with Santa Claus.

Additional information will be provided as it becomes available.
PLEASE SHARE!!Weather changes Christmas parade plan The Wilmington Chamber of Commerce's Winter Wonderland lighted Christmas parade, scheduled for Saturday, Nov. 30, has been canceled due to inclement weather. Rain, wind and potential thunderstorms are in the forecast for parade time. The Chamber will still host its holiday kickoff, on Saturday, Dec. 14, from 2:30 to 5 p.m., on North Water Street, featuring rides on The Polar Express, free treats and visits with Santa Claus. Additional information will be provided as it becomes available. PLEASE SHARE!!
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Weather changes Christmas parade plan!

The Wilmington Chamber of Commerces Winter Wonderland lighted Christmas parade, scheduled for Saturday, Nov. 30, has been canceled due to anticipated inclement weather. Rain, wind and potential thunderstorms are in the forecast for parade time.

The Chamber will still host its holiday kickoff on Saturday, Dec. 14, from 2:30 to 5 p.m., on North Water Street. The event will feature rides on The Polar Express, free treats and visits with Santa Claus.

Additional information will be provided as it becomes available.
PLEASE SHARE!!

UPDATE: Pups are back home! Thank you to all who helped. Now enjoy some pumpkin pie!!

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These two must’ve gotten lost while heading to Thanksgiving dinner. They were located on the 200 block of N. Washington. One has a rabies take from Will and the other from Iroquois County. If you know the owners please ask them to contact us at 815-476-2811. Some of our awesome residents are holding on to them temporarily but we need to get them back home.

Thank you!
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UPDATE: Pups are back home!  Thank you to all who helped. Now enjoy some pumpkin pie!!

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These two must’ve gotten lost while heading to Thanksgiving dinner. They were located on the 200 block of N. Washington. One has a rabies take from Will and the other from Iroquois County. If you know the owners please ask them to contact us at 815-476-2811.  Some of our awesome residents are holding on to them temporarily but we need to get them back home. 

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Thank you for posting this for me. I just called the station to let them know that the owners showed up at our house so both dogs are now safe and sound at home.

This is not the first time these dogs have gotten out. My neighbor needs to fix his fence.

We got them! Thank you so much to the family that held onto them till we figured it out!

Not the first time they have been loose. They were on our property a few weeks ago and killed one of our chickens

Hope there family comes forth!

Always nice to have a happy ending.

Glad they are back home.

Awesome!

🙏🙏🙏

Tom Beeding

Rick Bingham Erin Pearson Morgan

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