This truck from the Bethany Beach Volunteer Fire Company has Christmas lights on it, but the neon-green look is pretty bright on its own.
The Indian River High School Marching Band dedicated its performance to alumnus Elbridge Murray, a 2014 graduate who recently passed away unexpectedly.
It’s a Christmas of pirates and shenanigans for the folks from Camp Arrowhead.
Members of the Georgetown Fire Company wave to the crowd.
Sen. Ernie Lopez, R-Lewes, has announced he’s not running for re-election, but he came out to thank all his supporters.
The name of this float and what it’s representing was lost in the shuffle, but it’s interesting nonetheless.
Rehoboth Beach’s wastewater department has a little fun with its float.
The Meibaum Excavation crew has their own turntable for the parade.
Just in case Santa’s reindeer need a break, the team from RISE Fitness pulls an ambulance from Rehoboth.
The Sussex Tech High School marching band steps along in unison.
The trucks from the Rehoboth Beach Volunteer Fire Company didn’t need extra lights because they had all their own going.
The Cape Henlopen High School JROTC gets properly lined up before leading the parade down Rehoboth Avenue.
If the rains had come, Rep. Steve Smyk, R-Milton, would have been ready to keep going.
Jolly Trolley owner Christine Hastings waves from the steps of one of the company’s trolleys.
Has anyone questioned this shady-looking character about the lighting issues at Schellville?
Santa and Mrs. Claus bring up the rear of the parade in an antique fire truck.
Santa and Mrs. Claus wave to all the good boys and girls.
With just a couple of weeks until Christmas, a line of families forms to meet Santa with last-minute wishes.