The Town of Liberty and Liberty State Bank hosted their annual Christmas Parade Sunday and a large crowd turned out to share in the fun and excitement and the chance to win cash, country hams, and other prizes.
Laura Faber of Fox 17 News in Nashville was the Grand Marshal of the parade and she rode into town in Bill and Carol Tate's convertible. The parade also featured floats, the DCHS band, horseback riders, vintage automobiles, tractors, and Santa Claus among many other attractions.
The Liberty United Methodist Church won the float competition and the Cooper's Chapel Baptist Church took second place.
Ron Griffith of Dowelltown won first place for best vintage automobile in the parade with his 1964 Chevy Nova wagon.
Eric Peterson of Smithville received second place for his 1957 Chevy truck
In the tractor category, first place went to Jackie Bryson of Auburntown for his Oliver Tractor and Joe Vickers of Liberty took second place for his 4020 John Deere tractor.
The Liberty elves (J.T. and Peggy Pursell) won first place in the miscellaneous category and MaKenzie Gibson received second place.
Prizes were awarded by the Town of Liberty, Liberty State Bank, and Johnson's Heating and Air.
Look for more pictures of the Liberty Christmas Parade on this web site