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Fall City Days | Pet, kid parade is new tradition

Happening right before the main parade, children are welcome to bring their animal—just about any animal—to show off in a kids and pet parade.

Dogs aren’t the only beasts welcomed: “It could be a llama, a goat, a cow on a leash,” said volunteer Laurie Hauglie.

‘Grand Papa’ Don Peterson is the marshal of the children’s parade, by virtue of his long involvement in the community. Besides being an active part of his grandchildren’s school years, Peterson can often be found weeding and cleaning up his community.

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