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Marshall Advisor and Chronicle (Newspaper) - November 28, 2015, Marshall, Michigan
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It’s almost parade time and all through the lands Elves arc preparing and so are the bands.
Some groups are still working; you know how it goes. Each preparing to honor Hometown He me.s.
More people than ever will be marching this year. Some folks they would panic, but planners don’t fear.
‘The people of Marshall, we know they’ll come thiough They have in the past. It’s just what they do.
“Theyll be there to line up with bows and with holly No matter the weather, their spirits are jolly.
Many floats will be covered with red, white, and Wuc. Merle Shaver is Marshal, yes he is, that is who.”
Emcees Jacob and Nancy will be joined by a Miller.
It’s Kathy, our friends, and she’ll provide filler. Listen closely and watch, you’ll see Christmas arrive. With ail of the magic, you’ll feel like you’re five.
Santa will come with reindeer and sleigh Waving to crowds on a cold winter day.
And after he lands, many times while snow whirls ..He’ll listen to wishes of boys and of girls.
^ A bouncy red ball and a cokwing book.
Maybe some gloves or spoons for the cook.
See, it’s not only children who have Christmas wishes Mother would like some help with the dishes.
Gift notes for movies, shopping and food.
Much needs to be shared to help lift the mood.
If money is tight, then give someoi>e smiles The feeling of happiness will travel for miles.
On November 30, at seven that night.
Floats will move to a tempo that’s right All to honor all heroes from this small Marshall town Who keep us safe in our beds, upstairs and down.
So dress in your warmest, your boots and your fleece Herald the season and a world filled with peace.
And just before Christmas we’ll return to our beds And let visions of parade joy dance in our heads.
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Merlin Shaver, long time Marshall patriot. United States flag pfoponent and World War U veteran has been named the 2015 Marshall Christmas Parade Grand Marshal.
One of the many reasons .Merlin was selected can be best described by Marshall City Electrical Utility Director Ed Rice; In 2014/15 Merle personally solicited contributions from various Marshall organizan tons for him to purchase new United States flags to be installed on the street light poles in downtown Marshall.
“The flags.” Shaver ci-plained,” would remind residents and Visitors that Marshall is a patriotic and active community that will not forget our veterans and the sacrifices they made to pro-tcct our freedoms and liberties."
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