Merry Christmas Everyone!
It's that time of year when we want to thank all of our faithful
visitors and advertisers who make this website possible year
after year.  We appreciate each and everyone of you.  

Please browse through the home page to see all the
activities for this special month.  New announcements will be
added at the bottom of the page as they come in, so
check back often.

Remember Cionko's will stuff and bake your holiday turkey,
and Jerry's Cafeteria can whip up your twice baked potatoes
and holiday pies,
click on their ads to check it out.

Remember, dine and shop with our local businesses,
they are the backbone of our community!
Cionkos Meats Granite City Illinois
Thank you for visiting, celebrating over ten years of serving our community, August 2006 - December 2016
Please come back soon - Last updated
December 1, 2016
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Saturday, December 10, 2016
at 6:00 pm

(Doors open at 5:00 pm)
St. Gregory Church
Community Center
3501 Century Drive . Granite City
Click here for the details
This year marks the 10th anniversary of the Granite City High School Theater's
production of"A Christmas Carol".  To reserve your tickets for this local holiday
tradition, please
Judy Whitaker, Parade Committe Chairman
having fun with several parade characters
1st Place Float Winners - Holy Family
with their adorable giant gingerbread house
The Community Care Center took 2nd place with
their "Frozen" themed float. Nice!
3rd Place went to Gene's Auto Body
with their wonderful Gingerbread Express
United Insurance finished up in 4th spot
with their colorful Christmas theme
Mr. and Mrs. Santa Claus, the most highly anticipated
folks in the parade!
This year marked the 20th anniversary of the Santa's Holiday Avenue Parade.  This event has become the official start of the holiday
season in Granite City.  Hats off, once again, to Mrs. Judy Whitaker, the entire parade committee and to all the participants and
attendees that make this an enormous success.  You make our city proud...See you next year!