Christmas fire truck making the rounds |

Christmas fire truck making the rounds

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Dan Thrift / Tahoe Daily TribuneThe South Lake Tahoe Fire Department's Truck No. 2 makes the rounds on the first night of its annual Christmas display Monday. The truck will be visiting neighborhoods through Christmas Eve.

Children at the South Shore will have an opportunity to see Santa as he tours the area on the Christmas Fire Truck.

The schedule for the decorated fire truck with Santa and his helpers is as follows:

— Dec. 10: Main areas

— Dec. 11: Keys/Venice

— Dec. 12: South “Y”/Tata/Barton

— Dec. 13: Keys Boulevard/State Street

— Dec. 14: Tahoe Island

— Dec. 15: Stateline/Pioneer Trail

— Dec. 16: Gardner Mountain

— Dec. 17: Springwood/Bijou Pines

— Dec. 18: Glenwood

— Dec. 19: Heavenly Valley

— Dec. 20: Ski Run

— Dec. 21: Al Tahoe

— Dec. 22: Sierra

— Dec. 23: Stateline/hotels

— Dec. 24: Highway 50/shopping centers

A Lake Valley Fire Protection District fire engine also will spread holiday cheer. The engine will start its route at 6 p.m., weather permitting. The schedule is:

— Dec. 15: Montgomery Meadows/ Estates

— Dec. 16: Angora Highlands, Lake Tahoe Boulevard (Boulder Mountain to North Upper Truckee)

— Dec. 17: North Upper Truckee (Grizzly Mountain to Highway 50)

— Dec. 18: Christmas Valley

— Dec. 19: Highway 89 behind Station No. 7, Meyers (north and west of Highway 50)

— Dec. 20: Upper Apache (Player Court to Ottawa Drive)

— Dec. 21: Elks Club (Elks Club to Southern Pines)

— Dec. 22: Pioneer Trail (Busch Way to Jicarilla Drive)

— Dec. 23: Pioneer Trail (Golden Bear to Black Bart)

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