Mayor William Pikolycky reminds local residents and neighboring municipalities throughout Cape May County that the Borough of Woodbine in celebrating the upcoming Christmas season. On Saturday, December 18, the Borough will be hosting its annual Christmas parade, sponsored by the Woodbine Volunteer Fire Company.
The parade route will be the same as previous years, from Bryant Street, south on Washington Ave to Clay Street, east on Clay Street to Heilprin Ave, north on Helprin Ave to DeHirsch Boulevard to the Firehouse. At that time the life tree on the bikepath will be lit.
Refreshments will be served and trophies awarded at the firehouse after the tree lighting. Woodbine Recreation Commission is assisting by providing the cookies and hot chocolate.
Categories will be: Best Appearing Fire Company, Best Appearing Rescue, Best Float, Best Marching Unit. Trophies will be awarded to 1st and 2nd place. Santa will also be there to visit the children.
“The Borough’s live Christmas Tree, on the bikepath across from Borough Hall, will as is our tradition be lit at the end of the parade, and then all will be invited inside the Firehouse to join Santa for refreshments and awards,” noted Mayor Pikolycky. “We hope to see all our residents and neighbors here for what is always a lovely annual event.