THEME: How the Grinch Stole Christmas (Hueytown Whoville)
The Hueytown Christmas Parade will be Saturday, December 9, 2023 and will begin at 10:00 am at the First Methodist Church. (110 Sunset Drive) RAIN OR SHINE. All participants should be ready by 9:30am!
For your assigned number click the button below. This number MUST be written on paper no smaller than 8.5×11 and prominently displayed in the front driver’s side windshield of each vehicle associated with each entry. YOU are responsible for writing your number!
Walking groups should carry and all know their number.
Any entry without a number displayed cannot be judged & will be placed at the end of the lineup.
We HIGHLY RECOMMEND that each entry play Christmas music from their float or vehicle, if possible.
Entrants who are out of order will be moved to the side to allow for correct numbering so please leave the lots as instructed and do not stop to allow other entrants to proceed before you.
Follow on Facebook for updates and line up numbers. Please refer to this list in the event that you need to be reminded of your entry number.
There is no space for parking EXTRA CARS…please drop off participants and park elsewhere.
Apologies if your name or group is misspelled on the list!
PRIZES FOR BEST FLOAT, VEHICLE, & GOLF CART
BEST FLOAT CATEGORY/PRIZES
1ST PLACE: $200
2ND PLACE: $100
3RD PLACE: $50
BEST VEHICLE CATEGORY/PRIZE
1ST PLACE $50
BEST GOLF CART CATEGORY/PRIZE
1ST PLACE: $50
Hueytown, Alabama is a vibrant community rich in history and community spirit. Blending quality of life with economic opportunity is a goal that the Hueytown Chamber of Commerce share with its residents and civic leaders. Quality schools, youth sports programs, parks and outdoor activities, along with a bustling this, that or the other truly identify who we are as a community. Take a quick video tour and discover Hueytown for yourself.
2023 Hueytown Area Chamber of Commerce Jr. Ambassador Team
Top row L to R:
Catherine Verciglio, Chamber of Commerce Jr. Ambassador Team Leader, Heath Hope (OGHS), Kylee Kelley (OGHS), Owen Griffice (OGHS), Maggie Perry (OGHS), Jamison Veasey (JCIB), Tyler Carroll (OGHS), Meagan White, Chamber Board of Directors
Bottom row L to R:
Melissa Jiminez (HHS), Camryn Moore (BA), Abby Tanner (OGHS), Jade Melton (HHS), Olivia Beck (OGHS), Abby Yearby (OGHS), Allie Moore (BA), Major Roper (BA)
Abigail Mullinex, Angel Thompson, Tabitha Wade, Jacey Wallace, Kennedy Hogan
The Hueytown Chamber of Commerce Jr. Ambassador Program is for talented, outgoing young people grades 9-12 in the Hueytown area.
Engaging in community service provides students with the opportunity to become active members of their community and has a lasting, positive impact on society. Volunteerism also enables students to acquire life skills and knowledge, as well as provide a service to those in need. These are some of the common benefits of participating in a community service program:
- Community Service Hours
- Fortifies a resume
- Opportunity to be involved in your community
- Opportunity to apply for the Chamber Service Scholarship Program during your Senior Year
Participating in community service not only makes a difference to the organization and people being served, but also makes a difference to students’ career prospects. Community service activities enhance student resumes by allowing students to obtain work-related skills prior to graduation, build good references for employers regarding community involvement, and provide a forum to network with potential employers. It also helps students develop civic and social responsibility skills and become more aware of their community’s needs.