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Posted: December 19, 2008 5:00 a.m.

2008 Covington Christmas Parade

Sponsored by the Covington Lion's Club and Main Street Covington

Photo by Terri Kimball/

Cati Aevaliotis, an eight grader at Veterans Memorial Middle School dressed up as a "Who," hands out books along the parade route with the Best All Around Float winner 4-H "Grinchmobile" in the background.

2008 Covington Christmas Parade Winners

Best All-Around Trophy – Newton County 4-H
Churches Category – 1st Tabernacle of Praise, 2nd Graves Chapel AME
Civic Clubs Category – 1st Newton County Republican Party, 2nd Covington Lions Club
Boy Scout Category – 1st Boy Scout Pack 747, 2nd Cub Scout Pack 4511
Girl Scout Category – 1st Girl Scout Troop 577, 2nd Girl Scout Troop 24537
Corporations and Business – 1st Guardian Automotive, 2nd Newton Federal Bank
Elementary School Category – 1st Heard-Mixon Elementary
Middle School Category – 1st Cousins Middle School Cheerleaders, 2nd Cousins Middle School Chorus
Preschool Category – 1st Montessori School of Covington, 2nd A Time 4 Learning

Photo gallery captions: 

Jack Low, left, and Keeley Jervis spread holiday cheer from the Guardian Automotive float, which took first place honors in the Business category in the 2008 Covington Christmas Parade on Saturday.

Bravo Company 1/121 Infantry (Light) members march down Floyd Steet in the Covington Christmas Parade Saturday.

Keisha Hicks, right, joins members of Springfield Missionary Baptist Church in Newborn, as they recite "Twas the Night before Christmas" from their float in the Covington Christmas Parade.

Macy Martin, left, plays the role of an angel on the Manger scene float created by Tabernacle of Praise. The detailed float won the first place award in the Church category.

The Cousins Middle School Cheerleaders, who took first place honors in the Middle School category, wave to parade spectators during the Christmas Parade Saturday.

Sierra Dodd, left, and Olivia Griffith with Brownie Troop 27551.

Cati Aevaliotis, an eight grader at Veterans Memorial Middle School dressed up as a "Who," hands out books along the parade route with the Best All Around Float winner 4-H "Grinchmobile" in the background.

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