Pictures from the 2017 Lighted Christmas Parade can be found by clicking on the link below. Thanks to Dean Wombacher and his crew for the great job in organizing the parade. Also thanks to all of the businesses, groups, organizations, and individuals who participated. Special thanks to Fox 2 Meteorologist Chris Higgins for being our Grand Marshal.
Greetings from Mascoutah Illinois
We would like to welcome you to our town, built on German heritage. Our town is full of diversity, with the help of a large population of military personal from SAFB. Mascoutah has experienced tremendous growth over the last 10 years, and looks to continue that trend. We offer the best of schools both public and parochial. We have a great variety of locally owned restaurants and fun interesting shops. We are located just 20 minutes east of St. Louis. Welcome to Mascoutah, come check us out, you won’t be disappointed!
The Mascoutah Chamber of Commerce will host the 7th annual Lighted Christmas Parade on Friday, December 1 2017 (inclement weather dates- December 2 and December 3) in downtown Mascoutah. The parade will step off at 6:30 PM from 2nd and Church Streets and proceed to main Street and then East to Lebanon and then west on Church Street. Many businesses along the parade rout will be open and all restaurants in Mascoutah will also be open. The Chamber is seeking entries for the parade. You do not have to be a Chamber member to enter. We encourage businesses, organizations, churches, neighborhood groups, and individuals to enter. (A link to the entry form is below) We hope to see everyone on December 1!
At the October meeting, the Chamber of Commerce made a donation to the Mascoutah Police Department for the National Night Out Program that they are sponsoring. National Night Out is a program for citizens to see first responders in a positive environment and foster better relations among all of the groups. The Chamber thanks all of those who were involved in the planning of this important program. In the photo, Chamber President Angela Rue presents a check to Mascoutah Police Chief Scott Waldrup.