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November 27, 2015

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And Ronald will be here!

Yes, that's the one and only Ronald McDonald. You'll see him in Saturday's Blaze of Lights parade. This is is second visit to Bluffton Blaze. He was here in 2013 when this photo was taken. The parade starts at 5 p.m. A schedule of event is in the story below.

It all happens Saturday - here's what you need to know about the Blaze of Lights

The stage is set for the 2015 Bluffton Area Chamber of Commerce’s Blaze of Lights. This year’s event, the 29th annual Blaze, begins Saturday, Nov. 28, in downtown Bluffton.

Here is the up-to-the-minute Blaze information.

The Blaze can't go on without the team of John and Junior

Saturday is "Junior Weihrauch Day in Bluffton." The Bluffton Area Chamber of Commerce announced the designation at its Nov. 13 breakfast meeting

Watch for these two guy in Bluffton on Saturday.

On the left is John George. On the right is Junior Weihrauch. The Bluffton Blaze of Lights could not happen with them.

John George, as the town crier, has served as Blaze master of ceremonies each year since 1995. You'll find him on the review stand announcing the parade units.


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