It was truly Christmas in Loganville again for Saturday's "Country Christmas" Parade. An hour-long parade of little smiling faces, music, lights, floats, dancers and even horses graced Main Street Loganville for the annual Christmas Parade.
Grand Marshal, rising country singer Jordan Rager was up at the front of the parade, followed by Loganville Mayor Ray Nunley and other city officials. Antique cars and tractors followed and, as is customary - and for obvious reasons - horses and ponies dressed in all their Christmas finery were kept for nearer the end.
The entry fee was a simple canned donation for each parade participant to the Shepherd's Staff. If you still have canned goods to drop off, collection locations are listed on the website.
Loganville City Councilwoman Michelle Lynch said float winners were chosen and presented by Rager. These are posted on Loganville Christmas Parade Facebook page.
- 1st - Charlotte's School of Dance;
- 2nd: Love to Dance;
- 3rd: Loganville FFA Alumni.
- City Manager, Bill Jones, awarded Best City Float to Public Works.
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