Clarksburg Parade brings out Christmas spirit

In the spirit of the holiday season, Clarksburg’s Christmas parade attracted many viewers who lined the sides of the street and sat in vehicles to see the many entries.

There were colorful floats, ATV’s, antique cars, race cars, horses among other entries.

Santa and The Grinch added to the merriment.

The parade route stretched from Clarksburg High School to the Dollar General Store on Highway 22.

State Rep. Brock Martin waved from the bed of a truck driven by Mayor Howell Todd. County Mayor Joseph Butler drove a white truck near the front of the parade behind the Veterans Honor Guard of Parker’s Crossroads Veterans who led the parade.

 The parade winners were:

Floats – First Place and Judge’s Choice – Custom Tool & Design; Second Place – TVA Credit Union.

Decorated Vehicle – First Place – Southland Safari; Second Place – West Tenn. Public Utility District.

Race Car – First Place – Avain Pritchard; Second Place – Amanda Reed.

Antique Car – First Place – Scotty Rhodes; Second Place – Dale Autry.

Adult Horse – First Place – David Tucker; Second Place – Ricky Lewis.

Junior Horse – First Place – Emma Farley; Second Place – Connor Tucker.ATV – First Place – Brenda Anderson; Second Place – Heath Bartholomew.

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