Holiday boat parade lights up the night

Posted 12/21/21

Boaters decorated their watercrafts with holiday lights on Saturday for the annual Christmas Boat Parade ...

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Holiday boat parade lights up the night

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OKEECHOBEE -- Boaters decorated their watercrafts with holiday lights on Saturday for the annual Christmas Boat Parade on Taylor Creek. The parade started on Taylor Creek -- just south of Burger King on State Road 70 -- and ended at the VFW Post on the Rim Canal. This year, Okeechobee's Centennial Park, which is  on Taylor Creek, was a popular viewing site.

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