Each year the Windsor community enjoys a Torchlight Parade that travels through the center of town and ends with a carol sing on the town green. The pandemic did not stop the joy and excitement of the socially-distanced spectators as they cheered on more than 20 decorated vehicles in the parade. It did, unfortunately, silence the carol sing. Windsor High School students volunteered to help make the parade a success by assisting with signage and setting up barricades along the parade route for spectator safety. The WHS JROTC attended under the direction of Sargeant Michael Cross and Major John Spear. Many teachers and alumni lent a hand by decorating and driving some of the vehicles. Photos are the handiwork of WHS student Makayla Reed. A huge thank you to the combined efforts of so many that made this event a success!