Carl Nelson, dressed as an El Camino Real Academy Wildcat, and wife Debra Ledford, a physical education teacher at the school, disguised as a zebra, wave Wednesday at students and their families during a parade through Cottonwood Village, where many of the children live.

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Cheryl Odom

Tons of people lined up along Jaguar Drive, packed onto the sidewalk. Not a mask in sight. No social distancing. Give it two weeks to see if any damage was done. I'm glad they were having a good time. I just worry about the aftermath.

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