Cumberland Christmas Parade Winners Named

Published 3:08 pm Thursday, December 13, 2012

Christmas Parade 2012 Winners

Antique Cars – 1966 and below, First Place: AKM Farms, 1955 Chevy Bel-Air, Second Place: Trammell, 1950 Ford Pick-up, Third Place: Hatcher Car Club, 1965 Ford Mustang

Antique Cars – 1967-1987 – First Place: Drake, 1969 Camaro, Second Place: Paris, 1967 Chevy Pick-up, Third Place: Robert Duncan, 1971 Ford Mustang

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Custom Cars – 1988-2012, First Place: Carter Harrison, 2002 Thunderbird, Second Place: Skeeter Burton, 2005 Scion, Third Place: Robert Duncan, 2002 Thunderbird

Antique Fire Trucks – First Place: St. John's Lutheran Church, Second Place: Colman Goodman, 1981 Mack, Third Place: Taylor Goodman, 1987 Pearce Arrow

Tractor-Trailers, First Place: C.F. Marion Trucking, Inc., Second Place: Marian Brothers Logging, Inc., Third Place: P.L. Duncan and Sons

Tractors – First Place: Robert Duncan, Second Place: Bobby Daniels, Third Place: Bobby Daniels

Civic Floats – First Place: Cumberland Juniorettes, Second Place: Cumberland Cub Scouts, Third Place: Cumberland Daisy Girl Scouts

Educational Floats – First Place: Cumberland County Public School Foundation, Second Place: Virginia Department of Forestry

Business Floats – First Place: Cumberland Restaurant, Second Place: Cumberland Animal Hospital

Religious Floats – First Place: Cartersville Baptist AWANA, Second Place: Tarwallet Baptist Church, Third Place: Center Union Baptist Church

Best Float in Parade – Cartersville Baptist Church AWANA

Band – First Place: Cumberland High School Magnificent Marching Band

Marching or Walking Units – First Place: Cumberland High School Junior ROTC, Second Place: The Grinch

The Christmas Parade Committee wishes to thank all those who helped with the parade as well as those of you who entered. A special thanks to Jordan Miles of WFLO for being our announcer.

The Christmas Parade Committee expressed their gratitude to all those who helped with the parade as well as those of who entered, including a special thanks to Jordan Miles of WFLO for announcing the parade.

The committee also thanked the Volunteer Fire Departments and Rescue Squads, who “add so much to the parade…We really appreciate the time and effort to help us out.”

Videos were made of the 2012 parade. To obtain a copy, contact Rodney Davenport at the Cumberland Sheriff's Department by Dec. 20. Videos cost $12.95 each and should be ready by the end of December.