It was a close call this year, as the two women who normally organize the Parade of Lights in downtown Rapid City retired.
But one woman, Connie Olson, stepped up to the plate and the bright floats rolled through downtown Rapid City Saturday.
The collection of decorated vehicles made their way down Main Street, turned on Seventh, and then came down St. Joseph.
The Mayor's float and Black Hills Power are just some of the 88 floats and cars. This year's parade brought out annual goers and those who are coming for the first time, and with high expectations.
Olson, parade organizer, says there are a number of winning floats this year.
There were 10 awards given out to 17 groups for things like 'Razzle Dazzle' and 'Season's Brightest.'