After COVID-19 canceled all 2020 Halloween activities in Kermit, town officials said they didn’t want the pandemic to completely cancel Christmas activities as well. With a few precautionary measures in place, and with the help of Santa, the Grinch, and Mickey Mouse, last Friday the town managed to hold its popular annual Christmas parade “through the streets of town.”
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