This year’s Cherokee County Christmas Parade proved to once again be one of the most popular holiday traditions putting a smile on faces and officially kicking of the holiday season of kids from 1 to 92 (or thereabouts) in downtown Centre Saturday.
This year’s Parade featured more than 90 entries from area businesses, schools, community organizations, civic clubs, and church groups.
The parade was led by The Cherokee County Career & Tech Center, this year’s Grand Marshall.
The parade also featured antique cars, motorcycles, horses and various public safety vehicles.…..and of course Santa Claus made an appearance, riding atop the City of Centre’s Ladder 9 Truck.
Watch below the incredible performance by the What A Dance Studio as they Salute America
This year’s Float winners were; in the business category, What A Dance Studio took the top spot, with McDonalds finishing second and Complete Cash third.
In the school division; Skills USA was first place and Gaylesville School second and in the nonprofit division, the So Cool Summer Program was first place and the Little Warrior Football C team was second.
Each year the Cherokee County Christmas Parade is sponsored by The Spirit if Cherokee and The Cherokee County Chamber of Commerce.
BIG Thanks to the Joy Perry and the Cherokee County Chamber of Commerce for providing the photos!