Monday night, November 26, 2012, We will celebrate our 40th year as Poc
Always held on the first Monday night
after Thanksgiving, the Pocomoke parade has become an Eastern Shore tradition
and will attract over 100 units from
Each year the parade features marching bands representing high and middle schools from seven counties in three states. Also featured will be beautifully decorated and lighted floats entered by schools, civic organizations, churches, and commercial enterprises.
Professional judges, including members of the National Judges Association (NJA), will score entries in 10 different categories. Cash prizes and trophies will be awarded immediately following the event to the top entries in each category.
A special thanks to the community of Pocomoke City and surrounding areas for the recent support given to us to continue this great tradition that has been a part of the town for 40 years.
In the event of inclement weather, the parade will be postponed until Tuesday, November 27, at 7:00 p.m.