The Wauseon Downtown Association is pleased to announce the 2014 Wauseon Christmas Parade Prince and Princess. This year’s royalty include Prince Tristan Burkholder and Princess Katie Moore.
They will grace the Wauseon Downtown Association Float in the Christmas Parade on Saturday. The parade begins at 7p.m. at the Fulton County Courthouse, and heads north on Fulton Street, to Oak Street, ending at Depot Park.
Prince Tristan Burkholder is 5 ½ and is a kindergartener at Leggett Primary School. He is the son of Tom and Erica Burkholder.
According to Prince Tristan’s entry form, “I want to be in the Christmas Parade as the Prince because, I don’t know what it’s like to be a Prince.”
In addition to his parade duties, Tristan enjoys all sports and playing with his dog Ernie. He has an orange belt in karate and took 1st place at champs on the dive team. Tristan is a thoughtful, caring older brother to Emma.
Princess Katie Moore is 7 and a 1st grader at Pettisville School. She is the daughter of Dave and Rhonda Moore.
According to Princess Katie’s entry form, “I would like to be the parade Princess because it sounds like fun and I would like to help Wauseon celebrate the beginning of the Christmas season. I would also like to meet Mr. and Mrs. Claus.”
In addition to her parade duties, Katie is a dancer with Stars Unlimited and attends West Clinton Mennonite Church with her family. Katie enjoys playing with her American Doll and anything to do with the movie Frozen. She has an older sister Michelle who lives in Michigan.
Join Prince Tristan and Princess Katie for the 2014 Wauseon Christmas Parade on Saturday, November 29 at 7 p.m. The Parade wraps up at the Depot with free cookies, hot cocoa, Christmas caroling and local author Bob Krumm signing copies of his book, “Images of America-Wauseon”. Surrey rides will be given for a fee of $2 per person or $10 per family.
For more information on the parade, log onto wauseondowntown.org or the Wauseon Christmas Parade face book page.
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