Lighted Christmas parade entries now being accepted
Nov 26, 2010 | 794 views | 1 1 comments | 8 8 recommendations | email to a friend | print
It’s that time again. The fourth annual lighted Christmas parade has been scheduled for 6:30 p.m. Dec. 4. Applications for entries are currently being accepted.

Wright said the parade has been growing each year. This year’s theme will be “Have a holly jolly Christmas in Beeville.” All entries must be lighted.

Entry fees are $10. Nonprofit and school organizations may enter for free.

Parade applications can be picked up at City Hall, the Bee County Chamber of Commerce or the Beeville Main Street office located in the Community Center, 113 E. Corpus Christi St.

Applications may also be downloaded from the Business Directory listing at and emailed back to

Applications are also available at the Bee County Chamber of Commerce Web site at

The deadline to enter the parade will be Monday, Nov. 29.

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November 29, 2010
My family enjoy the parades put on by the city, however, I was disappointed by the inclusion of the Automobile clubs. At the Christmas parade last year, there was nothing "Christmas-y" about those cars, especially the TV's in the cars showing scantily clad dancing women. In this years Western Week parade, the car clubs had nothing to do with the theme. I think anyone should be allowed to enter the parade on the grounds that they stick with the theme. My young children were terrified at the Halloween masks the drivers wore in the Western Week parade. I thought that display was disgusting.