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Civil engineers host snow parade, prepare for winter

La Ron Wilkins, son of Senior Airman Ronell Wilkins, 76th Space Control Squadron, tries out a fireman’s helmet during the annual Snow Parade Sept. 19, 2012, at the main Child Development Center. The kids got to see a variety of fire trucks, snow plows and dump trucks up close during the parade. The purpose of the Snow Parade is not only to educate children and the base populace, but also to ensure that all the equipment is in proper working order before the winter season. (U.S. Air Force photo/Lea Johnson)

La Ron Wilkins, son of Senior Airman Ronell Wilkins, 76th Space Control Squadron, tries out a fireman’s helmet during the annual Snow Parade Sept. 19, 2012, at the main Child Development Center. The kids got to see a variety of fire trucks, snow plows and dump trucks up close during the parade. The purpose of the Snow Parade is not only to educate children and the base populace, but also to ensure that all the equipment is in proper working order before the winter season. (U.S. Air Force photo/Lea Johnson)

Santa hands out stickers to children outside the main Child Development Center during the annual Snow Parade Sept. 19, 2012. In addition to meeting Santa, kids got to get inside fire trucks, snow plows, and dump trucks. The purpose of the Snow Parade is not only to educate children and the base populace, but also to ensure that all the equipment is in proper working order before the winter season. (U.S. Air Force photo/Lea Johnson)

Santa hands out stickers to children outside the main Child Development Center during the annual Snow Parade Sept. 19, 2012. In addition to meeting Santa, kids got to get inside fire trucks, snow plows, and dump trucks. The purpose of the Snow Parade is not only to educate children and the base populace, but also to ensure that all the equipment is in proper working order before the winter season. (U.S. Air Force photo/Lea Johnson)

Santa waves to the crowd during the annual Snow Parade Sept. 19, 2012. The parade made stops at the main Child Development Center and the R.P. Lee Youth Center. Children were able to get inside the fire trucks, snow plows, and dump trucks, and were given stickers and snacks by Santa and his helper Master Sgt. Deanna Snider, 21st Civil Engineer Squadron first sergeant. The purpose of the Snow Parade is not only to educate children and the base populace, but also to ensure that all the equipment is in proper working order before the winter season. (U.S. Air Force photo/Lea Johnson)

Santa waves to the crowd during the annual Snow Parade Sept. 19, 2012. The parade made stops at the main Child Development Center and the R.P. Lee Youth Center. Children were able to get inside the fire trucks, snow plows, and dump trucks, and were given stickers and snacks by Santa and his helper Master Sgt. Deanna Snider, 21st Civil Engineer Squadron first sergeant. The purpose of the Snow Parade is not only to educate children and the base populace, but also to ensure that all the equipment is in proper working order before the winter season. (U.S. Air Force photo/Lea Johnson)

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