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Parsippany’s Festive Annual Tree Lighting Illuminates the Holiday Spirit

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PARSIPPANY – Parsippany knows how to embrace the holiday spirit, and witnessed a magical start to the festive season as Santa Claus himself arrived on a fire truck to the delight of children of all ages. The air was filled with anticipation as the crowd gathered to welcome the jolly old man in the red suit.

The Parsippany High School Choir filled the air with the sweet sounds of Christmas classics, spreading holiday cheer to all who listened.

As the fire truck rolled into view, the cheers of excited children could be heard. Santa waved merrily from his perch on the firetruck, and the children couldn’t contain their joy. It was a moment that captured the essence of the holiday season – pure, unbridled happiness.

Council President Loretta Gragnani and Vice President Michael dePierro stepped forward to perform a heartwarming ceremony. Together, they lit up the magnificent Christmas trees that stood proudly, illuminating Town Hall with a warm, festive glow.

Once Santa had safely landed, Council President Loretta Gragnani and Vice President Michael dePierro stepped forward to perform a heartwarming ceremony. Together, they lit up the magnificent Christmas trees that stood proudly, illuminating Town Hall with a warm, festive glow.

With the trees now shining bright, it was time for the children to get up close and personal with Santa. The line quickly formed as eager youngsters awaited their turn for a special moment with the man of the hour. Each child had the opportunity to share their holiday wishes, and Santa, with his infinite patience and warm smile, listened attentively.

With excitement in the air, Michael Anderson sat on Santa’s lap while Lacey Anderson eagerly shared her heartfelt wish list with the jolly old man himself.

Santa had a surprise for each child, who received a thoughtful gift as a token of his appreciation.

Santa’s dedicated helpers worked tirelessly to ensure everyone had a delightful time. They skillfully served steaming hot chocolate and an array of delicious cookies, while their counterparts distributed candy canes and thoughtfully prepared gifts, all with a generous dose of holiday cheer.

The festivities continued with a delightful spread of candy canes, hot chocolate, and assorted cookies. The children sipped on warm cocoa while nibbling on sweet treats, filling the air with laughter and the unmistakable scent of the holidays.

In the heartwarming holiday scene, Council Vice President Michael dePierro, Councilman Paul Carifi, Jr., and Mayor James Barberio, along with Councilman Frank Neglia, joined Santa in spreading the festive spirit. Together, they made the event even more special for everyone in attendance.

Parents and families reveled in the joy of the moment, watching their children’s faces light up with wonder and excitement. It was a scene that warmed hearts and captured the true magic of the season.

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Frank Cahill
Frank Cahillhttps://www.frankcahill.com
Publisher of Parsippany Focus since 1989 and Morris Focus since January 1, 2019, both covering a wide range of events. Mr. Cahill serves as the Executive Board Member of the Parsippany Area Chamber of Commerce, Lt. Governor of Division 9 Kiwanis Club of NJ, and Chairman of the Parsippany-Troy Hills Economic Development Advisory Board. Owner of the Morris now app serving small business in Morris County.
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