Antelope High School Students Hold Sixth Annual Holiday Parade

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ANTELOPE -- What started six years ago now has become one of the things to look forward to during the holidays.

The Holiday Neighborhood Ambush made it's way Friday evening through the streets.

A 2 mile trek brought holiday joy and cheer on a cold, crisp evening to the community.

"I don't know if it's an ambush, but it's a lot of fun, yeah," said one on-looker.

The Titan's marching band gets a lot of support throughout the year from its neighbors, so coming out to perform for them was a treat in it's own for the group.

"Just coming out every single year, spreading cheer," explained Melissa Gomez a senior at Antelope High School. "I love Christmas, it's my favorite holiday so being able to come out and spread cheer to everybody makes me feel good."

It's a volunteer assignment for the band, but nearly all make time for it year after year.

"They have a good time," said band director Ritchey Hodge. "You know, they want to do this which is kind of neat."

And the feeling was mutual from the community.

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