VALHALLA, N.Y. -- If you live in the Foxhill/Galloway neighborhood of Valhalla, you might have viewed the most unusual Christmas parade on Sunday.
Approximately sixty neighbors of all ages decorated a vehicle of their choosing, lined up at the intersection of the two streets, and began the first ever Foxhill/Galloway Christmas Parade.
There were bicycles, strollers, wagons, lawnmowers, quads (both big and small), carriages, and walkers. They were all adorned with lights, music, tinsel, garland, and more. The parade was led by Dave Perri driving a completely decorated pick-up truck.
There was hot chocolate, candy canes, and cookies for everyone. The parade circled the neighborhood twice at which time everything culminated with the arrival of Santa Claus, who was escorted by two fully decorated fire trucks from the Independent Fire Company.
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