Frisco’s Community Parade

Sorna Taghizadeh and Ashley Hilton

This past Saturday, Frisco hosted their annual community parade. All high schools in Frisco ISD brought their football team, drill team, band, color guard, and cheerleaders to exhibit their school spirit on a windy morning.

Other parade participants consisted of veterans, The School of Rock, Boy and Girl Scouts, dance teams, and many other members of the Frisco community.

Every year Frisco citizens bring their families, blankets, and dogs to see what’s in the parade. Those involved in the parade occasionally hand out candy to the little kids who attend. The event is very family friendly as there is an appearance by Santa Claus, horses, and big, shiny firetrucks.

Going to this parade is a tradition for many families. It has always been held on Main Street and is a big deal in Frisco, for they close off many streets around the area. Hundreds of Frisco citizens attend because it is such a wonderful event to start off the holiday season.

The parade expresses thanks to the those who serve in the military as well as the school spirit and pride in the community. If you haven’t attended the parade before, make sure to place it on your calendar for the upcoming year!