Sorry for the delay, but I needed to put up a video almost 30 minutes long and pictures from the 2015 Anniston Christmas Parade. This year, the parade was held on an Saturday afternoon, and it was one of the longest parades with a great crowd thanks to warm weather. Enjoy the video and pictures!
Do you hate it when someone uses your work without the credit? I am sure anyone would be livid if someone used your work and never gave the credit for it! Well, I am having to go through this, because the City of Anniston used my photos without permission! A TV commercial was made for Neewollah on Noble 2015 by Jacbos Media Services. I gave them permission to use my photos for their TV ad. But, I learned that instead the city of Anniston gave Jacobs Media Services photos to use in the TV ad. To view the ad go to the 8:20 mark in this video below.
So, let’s compare the photos in the ad to the photos I have taken here on Geek Alabama.
This weekend in Anniston is very big! First off, the 2015 Woodstock 5K takes place in Anniston early Saturday morning with the race kicking off at 7:30 am. The 35th annual Woodstock 5K and Kidstock 1 mile run will feature over 1000 runners running throughout the streets and historic neighborhoods in East Anniston. Again this year they are proud to host the Road Runners Club of America’s Southern Region 5K Championship. Woodstock is a challenging 5K with world class start/finish lines, their famous up the hill finish on Woodstock Avenue and then a great after-race celebration with food, live music, fellowship, and vendors, in front of Anniston High School. Learn more about the Woodstock 5K at: http://www.annistonrunners.com/woodstock5k/
Enjoy a video from the 2014 edition!
Also this weekend is the 2015 UCP Telethon! The 57th Annual UCP Telethon will be held on Saturday, August 1st, from 6 pm – 10 pm, and Sunday, August 2nd, from noon – 6 pm at the Anniston Meeting Center. Don’t miss all the fun and excitement! Join them at the meeting center for their annual silent auction with some fabulous items to be auctioned. Also, they will have some great talent on-stage and great food from local restaurants at the concession stand. If you are looking for family fun and entertainment, this event is for you. The great thing about it is, all proceeds from this event will help sponsor therapeutic services and programs for children and adults with developmental disabilities in the community!
Watch the livestream of the 2015 telethon, and learn more about the UCP of East Alabama at: http://www.ecaucp.org/
Lots of people came out to the 2014 Anniston Christmas Parade last night. The parade took place in downtown Anniston along Noble Street. Over 100 entries and floats were in this parade, and it made for a great and long parade with some entertaining floats and people! Below, is a video of the Christmas parade featuring the Anniston’s band great dance moves and the Saks band Christmas music, along with Santa Claus. Of course, there are plenty of pictures too, enjoy!
Last weekend, the 2014 edition of Neewollah On Noble took place in downtown Anniston. People came out, some wearing their Halloween costumes, and I thought everyone had a good time! Below, are pictures from the event. Pictures includes pumpkin decorating, the dunking booth, kids games, horse carriages, and more! The event was put on by the Spirit of Anniston, enjoy!