Residents of Horseshoe Cove took their holiday cheer to the streets Dec. 18, as they participated in the community's 14th annual Golf Cart Parade.
Participants, adorned in holiday-inspired costumes, decorated their carts with Christmas lights, snowmen and other holiday decor, as well, before taking their parade through the community.
Horseshoe Cove parade participants will take their parade to neighboring communities Dec. 20 and Dec. 22.
They will visit the Pleasant Lakes Mobile Home Park Dec. 20 and Windmill Manor and Westwinds Mobile Home parks Dec. 22. All parades start at 6 p.m.
The parade to Windmill Manor and Westwinds on Dec. 20 will travel along State Road 70, for a portion of the parade.
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