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Posted on: September 24, 2021

City of Spring Hill Fall Festival activities

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The City of Spring Hill and is thrilled to be participating in the 2021 Fall Festival.

Starting at 10 a.m., the Spring Hill Police Department's new Honor Guard will lead the parade. It is the inaugural event for the Honor Guard.

SHPD officers will follow behind in the parade. City of Spring Hill employees and City Council members will be on the City's float.

After the parade, the City, Police Department and Parks Advisory Board will have booths at City Park. The City's float and booth is "Christmas" themed to kick off donation collection for the Mayor's Christmas Tree Fund. Activities include decorating Christmas sugar cookies. Donations are accepted. 

SHPD's booth will feature games such as giant Jenga and cornhole with "drunk goggles" and giveaways for kids. The department is also accepting brand new toys and monetary donations for the Blue Elves program.

The Parks Advisory Board has giveaways and activities for the whole family. 

For more information on Fall Festival, visit the website


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