Brimley hosts “drive-thru” Christmas parade

To celebrate Christmas in Brimley, COVID-style, elementary school teachers, along with Principal Thomas Suggitt, decided to put on a drive-thru parade Tuesday evening from 6-7p.m.

130 cars drove through the school parking lot and bus drive to see the teachers and Holiday displays.

Teacher Kelly Caine brought her Bay Doc (horse) to begin the parade.  The Head Start Bus was decorated along with a Boys and Girls Club vehicle.  Bay Mills Police handed out stickers.

There were other numerous displays that everyone got to enjoy.

Special thanks to Heather Leep for the information and the pictures from the event!

Jim Lehocky

Jim Lehocky

Jim Lehocky joined the EUP News team back in 2015 as a meteorologist. In 2010, he married Elena Rasaiah in Sault Ste Marie and in 2011, he and his son, Mitchell, moved to the Soo to reside. Jim continues to live in the Soo while covering breaking news, sports and providing special feature stories across the Eastern U.P. for 9&10 News. He is a licensed drone pilot. In his spare time, he likes to check out the freighters passing through the area with Mitchell and Elena. He frequently takes dramatic drone and ground video of freighters for the Sault Area Convention & Visitors Bureau where his videos can be seen at or his son, Mitchell's page at

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