The annual Hiram High School Homecoming Parade will be in Historic Downtown Hiram and surrounding residential areas on Wednesday, Oct. 2. The students, staff and parents are getting ready for this event and the public is invited in welcoming Hiram High School Homecoming as well as supporting and encouraging the staff and students.
The Parade will begin their set-up at 4:30 p.m. in the grass lot on the corner of Seaboard Street and North Avenue and the Band of Gold and Hiram JROTC Unit will form up in the Hiram Elementary School Parking lot. The parade route will begin at 6 p.m. at the corner of Seaboard Street and Seaboard Avenue at the Silver Comet Trail. It will continue past Hiram Elementary School to Powder Springs St. They will turn right on Powder Springs St., through the four-way intersection and down Main Street. The Parade will end just over the Railroad, where it will turn left on Railroad Street.
Organizers are expecting up to 600 participants including elected officials, the Hiram Police Department, County Sheriff and Fire Department, ROTC Unit, HHS Band of Gold, HHS Homecoming Court, HHS Clubs, HHS sports teams, cheerleaders and the booster clubs and also the staff of Hiram High School.
Expect traffic to be stopped on these streets from approximately 5:45 until parade completion at approximately 7 p.m.
- Seaboard Street,
- Powder Springs St.,
- Main Street,
- Church Street,
- Beatty Street.
For more information, call 770-943-3726, extension 2025.