Photos by Brian Schoenhals/The Daily Home
The man and woman of the hour make their appearance for the Sylacauga Christmas Parade.
The Nemak company was represented well in Tuesday’s parade as were many of the area’s businesses.
Members of the Sylacauga High School Marching Band brought their musical message for the holidays through downtown Sylacauga.
Coosa Valley Medical Center’s volunteers banded together with their Santa Express display to usher in the holidays with plenty of spirit.
Students of all ages from Knollwood Christian School piled up on their float to salute the occasion.
Second Place winners, the OMYA presentation for Christmas.
Veterans joined together to show support for a patriotic Christmas for the parade.
The Westview Baptist Church was named Third Place winner and Chairman’s Award winner in the parade.
The Westview Baptist Songbirds deliver their message for the season.
First Place and the President’s Award winner from Home Depot.
Knollwood Ballet dancers share their talent for the holiday event.
Tuesday night meant the official opening of Sylacauga’s Christmas season with the city’s 35th annual Christmas Parade taking off through town. The yearly event brings out the best in Christmas spirit from bands, floats, churches, individuals and businesses, not to mention the arrival of Santa in the city. Winners for the parade included Grand Prize winner and Outstanding Theme: Nemak of Alabama, also the grand marshal. First place and the President’s Award, Home Depot; Second Place, Grand Marshal Award, Omya; Third Place, Chairman’s Award, Westview Baptist Church; Fourth Place, Sylacauga Business Association Award, Knollwood Christian School; Fifth Place, Bleacher & Shirley Johnson; and Spirit of Christmas Award, Mt. Olive First Baptist Church of Goodwater.