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Slideshow: Greenville Christmas Parade goes on despite cold, rain

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GREENVILLE, N.C. - The parade must go on.
     
Despite the cold and raining weather people in Greenvile came out ready for the annual Christmas parade.

People lined the streets for the more than 30 year old parade.
     
It runs from 14th street through uptown Greenville and features floats, churches, local organizations, and emergency crews.
     
This year's parade theme was ”All I Want For Christmas".
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