Southern Posh brands itself as the place for gifts, and they left little doubt they could deliver.
New Beginnings Church of God took the top spot in the Church category. Other winners included the Flywheeler Flivvers for Best on Old Wheels, the Fort Meade Animal Clinic for Best on Four Legs, Wendy's Dance Compnay for Best Youth entry (and their float was spectacular!), the Mack Shirley Family for Best Cart Wheels, Aaron's for Best Professional and the American Legion for Best Service entry.
The Farm Workers of Fort Meade entry was as colorful as it was cute.
The boy scouts made sure to hang their stockings by the chimney, with care.
Lewis Anna Woodbury's float carried an important message tied to Christmas lights, the reading lights up the mind too.
This year's theme was "Home for the Holidays", which Oak Park Baptist Church captures with a familiar scene in many homes during Christmas, the family meal.
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