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As the Christmas season approaches, we are excited to announce our participation in the upcoming 65th annual Vista Christmas Parade scheduled for Saturday, December 2nd.
To make this event a success, we are seeking volunteers to join us in decorating the American Legion Post 365 float and inviting all members to ride/walk alongside in the procession.

Event: 65th Annual Vista Christmas Parade
Date: Saturday, December 2nd
Staging Time: 10:30 am – 12:00 pm
Parade Time: 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm

We will meet at the post at 10:00 am to carpool to staging area Your assistance in decorating our entry will be greatly appreciated during the staging time from 10:30am to 12:00 pm. This is a fantastic opportunity to showcase our community spirit and spread some holiday cheer.

If you are interested in volunteering or participating, please sign up at the club room. Toys for Tots was blended into our participation in the Vista Christmas Parade. We will have a Toys for Tots donation box on our float/truck for those that would like to bring a unwrapped gift and donate.

If you miss this portion,  after the parade at the Post from 3pm to 6pm we invite the whole community to come by with a unwrapped gift for the kids and you will get a voucher for a free hotdog/chip and a drink.  We look forward to your participation in raising awareness about the American Legion Post 365 within our community.
Thank you for your support, and let’s make this holiday season one to remember!
Brad Sakemi
Commander American Legion Post 365

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2 Comments

  1. David Pollock says:

    This is to inquire if you printed am obituary or have any information regarding the death and cemetery of former Vista resident Betty Krasner (correct spelling) who died May 28, 1998.

    Thank you for your assistance.

    David Pollock
    DavidPollock72@aol.com
    (310) 275-9876

    • Editor says:

      That would be before we began, Check the Vista Historical Museum, they have all the old bound books of the Vista Press. Thank you!

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