Cookeville Chamber Christmas Parade award winners announced

Lazy G Ranch was the Overall Winner for the 2021 Cookeville-Putnam County Christmas Parade.

COOKEVILLE – Approximately 100 entries participated in this year’s annual Cookeville-Putnam County Christmas Parade held on Monday, Dec. 13. This year’s theme was “A Cookeville Christmas honoring our Hometown Heroes.”

Judges awarded various awards following the parade: 

  • Winner of the Bank Division: Wilson Bank & Trust
  • Winner of the Church/Non-profit Division: Pilgrim Baptist Church (picture below)
  • Winner of the Marching Band Division: Cookeville High School (picture below)
  • Winner of the School Division: TCAT
  • Winner of the Horses and Animals Division: Crest Lawn Funeral Home (picture below)
  • Winner of the Large Business Division: Cookeville Walmart
  • Winner of the Small Business Division: Acts Interiors (picture below)
  • Winner of the Storefront on Route Division: Borden Jewelry
  • Winner of the Vintage Auto Division: Green Lawncare (picture below)
  • Winner Overall: Lazy G Ranch

The parade was sponsored by Ford-Lincoln of Cookeville and Stonecom Radio Stations, LiteRock 95.9 and 96.9 HWY 111 Country. The broadcast was presented by WCTE.

This year’s grand marshals were:

  • David Baker, Cookeville Police
  • Rick Naylor, Cookeville Fire
  • Jack Carey, CRMC
  • Tanya Ward, CRMC
  • Brandon Smith, Putnam County EMA/Rescue
  • Mike Keith, Putnam County Fire
  • Phillip Harris, Putnam County 911
  • Susan Allen, Putnam County 911
  • Tony Branch, Putnam County Sheriff
  • Justin Remillard, Putnam County EMS
  • Melissa Vinson, Putnam County Health

 The grand marshals were sponsored by Zimmer Broadcasting, 98.5 KISS FM and 94.7 the Country Giant.

The winner of the Church/Non-profit Division was Pilgrim Baptist Church.
The winner of the Marching Band Division was Cookeville High School.
The winner of the Horses and Animals Division was Crest Lawn Funeral Home.
The winner of the Small Business Division was Acts Interiors.
The winner of the Vintage Auto Division was Green Lawncare.

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