The community is invited to participate in the Elba Christmas Parade hosted by the Elba Chamber of Commerce on Monday, Dec. 3, at 6 p.m. “Christmas Movies” is this year’s theme. The parade will take place in downtown Elba, beginning and ending on Dixon Street by the old high school football stadium. Families and friends will line the streets as over 100 parade entries march down to the courthouse square. Entries for this year’s parade are now being accepted. Businesses, floats, antique cars, beauty queens and more are welcome to join the award-winning Elba High School Marching Tiger Band, EHS Dance Line and Cheerleaders, the local police and fire department, the Coffee County Sheriff, elected officials, and others. The deadline to apply is Friday, Nov. 30th. There is no fee to participate. There will be live performances on Court Street in front of the public viewing stands and the parade stage. The Elba Christmas Parade has entertained thousands of children and adults year after year as it winds its way by the historic Coffee County Courthouse. The Christmas parade has become an annual holiday tradition that has continued to be a favorite event for generations. With “Christmas Movies” themed entries, including brightly lighted and colorfully decorated floats vying for first place this is an event not to be missed. If you would like more information regarding the Elba Christmas Parade, please contact the Elba Chamber of Commerce by phone at (334) 897-3125 or by email at elbachamber@troycable.net.

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