Phoenix on parade: Spirits soar despite frigid temperatures

Green Bay Holiday ParadeMembers of the float building committee for the Green Bay Holiday Parade reported plenty of enthusiasm and holiday spirit despite the frigid temperatures. Parade officials said it was the coldest in recent memory. That didn’t stop UW-Green Bay staff, students, alumni, sponsors and a large contingent of student-athletes (including cheer and dance teams) from spreading holiday cheer to the local community. Parade co-chairs Sue Bodilly and Kari Moody send thanks and much appreciation to all of those involved. View the cheerful gallery (highlighted by the spinning ice skater) below.

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– Photos by Cheyenne Makinia, student intern, Office of Marketing and University Communication