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Lee holds fourth annual Lee-Esta Parade

Lee High School held its fourth annual Lee-esta Parade on Wednesday, October 24, 2012. Principal Rick Canales and Grand Marshall Cleto Rodriguez (WOAI’s “Where’s Cleto”) led the parade, waving to enthusiastic crowds as they led the procession through the Lee neighborhood. Both gentlemen shook as many hands as possible along the way.

More than 30 clubs and organizations from Lee and its middle and elementary feeder schools followed Canales and Rodriguez. Lee’s Band played upbeat music along the way while other participants performed routines and tossed candy and beads to spectators.

"Lee-Esta is a great way to enhance community spirit and awareness," said Lt. Col. William Hendon, JROTC instructor. Tina Alanis (pictured holding a radio) was the parade organizer and director.

"She promises and even bigger parade next year. We are all looking forward to it," said Hendon.

Principal Rick Canales and Grand Marshall Cleto Rodriguez (WOAI’s “Where’s Cleto”) led the parade

Posted on October 25, 2012