The children's Live Nativity was precious!
Scott Price provided Christmas music on the keyboard.
The spectacular Firemen's Auxiliary Light Parade followed at 6:00! The last I heard there were 37 entries in the parade. I didn't count them so I can't say for sure but there was such variety and creativity of entries that it made for a wonderful parade! It was beautiful!
Here are a few of the best pictures I could get. It is very difficult for me to take good night pictures--especially when the objects are moving--but I tried because I don't want to forget them.
The walking ear of corn with the Littlejohn Grain float amused onlookers.
This snowman was made out of various sizes of stacked tractor tires. Below is a back view so you can better see the tires.
This giant semi which had tractors (also decorated) from the Antique Power club was impressive!