Newpoint Church Pastor Craig Samples hands Erik Perez a bottle of water.
Jade Youngblood holds her son Abel as they wait for the parade.
Families line the sidewalk as they wait for the parade to start
The first engine through the parade route is the same one that started the event, sixty years ago.
This antique threshing machine used to be used to thresh wheat every year.
The steam engines begin to roll through the parade route
The steam engines were, as always, the highlight of the parade, both for those riding on them, and for those watching the parade.
Two parade watchers pause for a photo.
Kellan Day is ready for the first handful of candy to come his way.
A handful of candy falls a little short of the sidelines, resulting in a dash for the treats.
This steam engine not only pulls the calliope, it provides the steam to power it.
The steam calliope is always a favorite
Stanley Elrod, left, and Billy Bean roll through the parade on their steam engine.
This family started off with two people coming to the parade when they moved to Forsyth County in 1985. Now it's up to 21 family members.
Jaylee Mae Nix throws candy from the float she's riding on as her mom Nancy looks on.
Two of the float riders stop throwing candy long enough to pose for a photo
Newer residents may not recognize this, but Tuff Bilt Tractors were manufactured in Forsyth County for years before the company ceased operations. They're now back in business in a different location, but are available locally. The unique design places the engine behind the driver.
A 1937 antique ladder truck, which belongs to the fire department and is brought out for parades and special occasions runs the parade route.
Forsyth County Fire Department ladder truck 14, which is normally station in southern Forsyth County rolls through the parade.
Central EMS brought their disaster response unit to the parade.
Suzanne Spence-Vaughan and Piper Spence-Vaughan ride an antique tractor in the parade.
Gurpreet (Gary) Singh hands Danny Bearden a bottle of cold water as Bearden rides a float in the parade.
The Shriners cars are always a hit
The Singh family decided to bring coolers full of cold water to hand out, knowing it would be a hot day. From left, Mandy Kaur, Andy Singh, and Gary Singh.
Inderjit (Andy) Singh hands out water during the parade
This antique Mack truck was one of several trucks in the parade.
Brittany Jordan throws candy as she rides one of the floats in the parade
One young parade watcher got to come out for a picture with a martial arts master
A martial arts class pauses for a photo during the parade
The Civil Air Patrol marches in the parade