Folklorico dancers added a cultural delight at the parade Saturday.
Local business Top Billing Entertainment was featured in the parade Saturday.
Local horse riders put on a display at the parade Saturday.
Brian Akers, Charter Oak Unified School District Board Member, was also featured in the parade Saturday.
The Glendora Police Honor Guard was one of the first entries in the 2014 Glendora Hometown Christmas Parade.
The Glendora Band and Pageantry perform during the 2014 Glendora Hometown Christmas Parade.
Glendora Police motor officers led the parade which started promptly at 9 a.m.
Congresswoman Judy Chu (D-27th) greets paradegoers at the 2014 Glendora Hometown Christmas Parade.
This little paradegoer was carted around in style in a red wagon.
Some paradegoers donned festive hats in the Glendora Village, Saturday, Dec. 13
Paradegoers warm themselves up with coffee as they await the parade.
Glendora Unified School District Board Vice President Doug Ferrell was part of the 2014 Glendora Hometown Christmas Parade.
Gumby had a little trouble keeping himself awake during the parade.
Santa Claus himself rode in style with Los Angeles County Fire fighters.
The Glendora Tartan Band and Pageantry is always a welcome sight.
The Los Angeles County Fire Department Urban Search and Rescue team greeted paradegoers.
John Lundstrom (center) is Glendora’s 2013 Citizen of the Year.
World War II veteran Carl Harstine was honored at the 2014 Glendora Hometown Christmas Parade.
The Charter Oak High School Marching Regiment performed during the parade.
The Glendora Tartan Band and Pageantry helped lead the parade down Glendora Avenue Saturday.
Cliff Hamlow (center), Glendora Planning Commission member, is Glendora’s 2014 Community Hero.
Glendora Police and city workers help set up the parade route prior to the start of the event, Saturday, Dec. 13.
No rain whatsoever dampened the spirits of the people lining The Glendora Village and adjacent streets along the Glendora Hometown Christmas Parade Route Saturday.
Many Glendora businesses and politicians, including The Glendora City Council and Congresswoman Judy Chu, were featured in the parade. The event, however, was not complete without a visit from Old Saint Nick himself who made a grand entrance on a Los Angeles County Fire truck at the end of the parade.