Lebanon Christmas Parade set Sunday, Dec. 4, at 2 p.m.
In traditional fashion, the parade will travel from the former Lebanon High School location, down Park Avenue to East Main Street and around the Lebanon Public Square.
From there the parade will travel down West Main Street before coming to a halt in the D.T. McCall & Sons parking lot.
"Our community is so full of heart, and the parade is one of the many traditions that makes me so proud to call Lebanon home. I am so honored the Chamber of Commerce asked me and members of my Titans family to take part in something so special to me and my hometown," Hubner told The Wilson Post.
Hubner began cheering for the Titans in 2004. After a break, Hubner returned to cheer through the 2012 season, serving as captain her last two years. She is now part of the alumni all-star squad.
Hubner is the wife of Ray Hubner. The couple has two daughters.
The Tennessee Titans organization is a Toys for Tots Corporate Sponsor. Lebanon Wilson Chamber CEO Melanie Minter said they have teamed up with Toys for Tots to provide Christmas to children in need. Anyone who wishes to donate a toy during the parade can do so at three locations - the Wilson County Courthouse, main branch of Wilson Bank & Trust on West Main, and at D.T. McCall & Sons.
At press time, Minter said they had over 80 parade entries and 20 floats. Businesses Anytime Fitness and Home Instead Senior Care will be carrying the large balloons like last year, giving our hometown parade a "Macy's" New York parade feel.
Minter encourages visitors to arrive early to get a good spot along the parade route.
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