9th Annual All-American Country Hoedown Festival Parade “Rockin in the Burg” PDF Print E-mail
Written by George Browning   
Wednesday, 22 May 2013 00:00

The 2013 Campbellsburg All-American Country Hoedown Festival Parade will be held on Sunday, June 2nd, the theme for this year is “Rockin in the Burg”.
We are proud to announce Morris Rosenbaum was selected as this year’s Grand Marshall for his dedication to community and his support of many charitable organizations.  Born and raised in Campbellsburg, graduated here.  His father too taught here and was loved by many in the Campbellsburg community.  He spent many years in the education field and always appreciated and loved the community of Campbellsburg where he grew up.
The parade entries will start registering at 1:00 pm in the parking lot of NetsShape Technologies in Campbellsburg.   Registration will end at 2:30 pm. The parade is scheduled to begin at 3:00 pm.
Trophy presentation will begin @ 4:45 Pm. Trophies will be awarded. The categories are: Antique Tractor, Antique Auto, Miscellaneous Float, Pet, Walking Unit, Cycles/4 Wheelers, Ball Team, Horse Unit.
Pre-registration is not necessary. All entries are encouraged to decorate in Red, White and Blue. For additional information, call 812-755-1010.
Festival – Parade Route - Line up and start at NetShape Technologies. Parade will travel East on Oak St., South on Sycamore, East on Jefferson, across the railroad tracks and parade will disburse at Cornerstone Church.
Grand Marshall – Morris Rosenbaum   (I am sorry to say he did not submit a photo to us)
All-American Country Hoedown – Parade Grand Marshall – Morris Rosenbaum
“Rockin in the Burg” Parade
Morris Rosenbaum selected as this year’s Grand Marshall for his dedication to community and his support of many charitable organizations.
Born and raised in Campbellsburg, graduated here.  His father too taught here and was loved by many in the Campbellsburg community.  He spent many years in the education field and always appreciated and loved the community of Campbellsburg where he grew up and served in the U.S. Army in Korea. He has and is very active in Washington county charitable organizations. Just some of the organizations Morris currently is involved with are Washington County Food Bank, Washington County Health Board, Member of the Washington County Community Foundation, Chamber of Commerce, and Washington County Historical Society, contributes regularly to the blood bank and a big supporter of the Wonder Valley Christian Camp, Ogle Center, IUS.  His hobbies are restoring old cars, currently a 65 mustang and old houses, currently a house built in 1858.