Night of Lights, in pictures

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  • Maddison Malley, Chloe Luce, Jordon Ever, Drew Hilliard, Cecelia Franey and Emerie Marnotess take a ride on the Boy and Girls Club float. (Jeremy Weber photo)

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    Kayl Howell and Delsen Opalka represent the Boy Scouts of America on their float. (Jeremy Weber photo)

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    Heaven’s Peak Medical gets ready for the parade, including from left, Bob Smith, Laura Hall, Audrey Wassam, Dan Hall, Dianna Whaldhiem, Alysha Wassam, Bayden Wassam, Tanya Smith and Lisa Connor. (Jeremy Weber photo)

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    Elsa Gregorash, Azalea Gregorash, Clara Gregorash, Anna Mutton, Clare Mutton, Annika Petersen, Tatiana Sorenson, Payson Scribner and Grace James on the South Mountain Seamless Gutters float. (Jeremy Weber photo)

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    Olivia Martin and Sidni Sorsenson and their bunny on the Grandview Supreme float. (Jeremy Weber photo)

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    Kassidy Lingle, Ezra Taylor and Kenly Piilola hanging out on the Glacier Bank float. (Jeremy Weber photo)

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    The Chamber of Commerce float carried Elf in Charge Laura Gadwa as well as Shari Ruiz, Katie Elletson, Chelsea Hagen, Darell Elletson and Andrea Robinson. (Jeremy Weber photo)

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    The Columbia Falls Lions Club and their “Reindeer” car. (Jeremy Weber photo)

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    Stu Sorensen from the Columbia Falls Historical Society uses his hammer to ring the kettle. (Jeremy Weber photo)

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    Bayden Wassam as Max from How the Grinch Stole Christmas. (Jeremy Weber photo)

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    The Flathead National Forest Service “Rudolph” truck carries Smokey Bear down Nulceus Avenue. (Jeremy Weber photo)

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    Park Ranger Mark Biel and Bark Ranger Gracie ride the Glacier National Park float. (Jeremy Weber photo)

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    Glacier National Park Superintendent Jeff Mow waves to the crowd during the Night of Lights Parade Friday. (Jeremy Weber photo)

  • Maddison Malley, Chloe Luce, Jordon Ever, Drew Hilliard, Cecelia Franey and Emerie Marnotess take a ride on the Boy and Girls Club float. (Jeremy Weber photo)

  • 1

    Kayl Howell and Delsen Opalka represent the Boy Scouts of America on their float. (Jeremy Weber photo)

  • 2

    Heaven’s Peak Medical gets ready for the parade, including from left, Bob Smith, Laura Hall, Audrey Wassam, Dan Hall, Dianna Whaldhiem, Alysha Wassam, Bayden Wassam, Tanya Smith and Lisa Connor. (Jeremy Weber photo)

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    Elsa Gregorash, Azalea Gregorash, Clara Gregorash, Anna Mutton, Clare Mutton, Annika Petersen, Tatiana Sorenson, Payson Scribner and Grace James on the South Mountain Seamless Gutters float. (Jeremy Weber photo)

  • 4

    Olivia Martin and Sidni Sorsenson and their bunny on the Grandview Supreme float. (Jeremy Weber photo)

  • 5

    Kassidy Lingle, Ezra Taylor and Kenly Piilola hanging out on the Glacier Bank float. (Jeremy Weber photo)

  • 6

    The Chamber of Commerce float carried Elf in Charge Laura Gadwa as well as Shari Ruiz, Katie Elletson, Chelsea Hagen, Darell Elletson and Andrea Robinson. (Jeremy Weber photo)

  • 7

    The Columbia Falls Lions Club and their “Reindeer” car. (Jeremy Weber photo)

  • 8

    Stu Sorensen from the Columbia Falls Historical Society uses his hammer to ring the kettle. (Jeremy Weber photo)

  • 9

    Bayden Wassam as Max from How the Grinch Stole Christmas. (Jeremy Weber photo)

  • 10

    The Flathead National Forest Service “Rudolph” truck carries Smokey Bear down Nulceus Avenue. (Jeremy Weber photo)

  • 11

    Park Ranger Mark Biel and Bark Ranger Gracie ride the Glacier National Park float. (Jeremy Weber photo)

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    Glacier National Park Superintendent Jeff Mow waves to the crowd during the Night of Lights Parade Friday. (Jeremy Weber photo)

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