First Responders Chosen as Grand Marshal for Merry Many Christmas Parade

Many Mayor Robert Hable, Jr. Presenting a Certificate of Appreciation to our First Responders

A first responder is a real-life hero that responds first to an emergency or accident. Our Town is blessed to have people who care enough about others to risk their own lives in an effort to save someone else’s.  

The Town of Many is proud to have Police Officers, Sheriff’s Deputies, Fire Fighters, EMTs and Medical Personnel including doctors and nurses, that live and work all around the Parish to save the lives of others. We have asked them to serve as our Grand Marshals for the Merry Many Christmas Parade on December 18, at 2 pm. 

To say that this past year has been stressful for everyone with COVID-19 raging through our towns, our state, our country, and our world is an understatement of the highest order. “Front Line Workers” include every First Responder that answers the call to help those in need. We have all lost loved ones due to the pandemic but they will always live on in our hearts and memories. Many others have been saved from the tireless, unselfish efforts of our First Responders and we thank them all from the bottom of our hearts. 

When you see a First Responder, stop and thank them for their service. Shake their hand. Buy them a cup of coffee. Keep them in your prayers for safety and strength to carry on their mission in life. 

Life in Many and Sabine Parish is better with the dedicated men and women who serve as our First Responders.

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