A whole bunch of excited children are happy to carry the lead off banner for the parade Saturday in Decatur
Matt Smith, in red, plays his saxophone while marching during the 2018 Mead Rd. Mardi Gras parade.
Krewe de College Heights are proud to march in the 2018 Mead Rd Mardi Gras parade
Amanda Minton says its great to be marching in the 2018 Mead Rd. Mardi Gras parade with Krewe of Glenwood.
So many beads to give away to some lucky bystander Theresa P at the 2018 Mead Rd Mardi Gras parade
Young and old alike have something to excite them at the 2018 Mead Rd Mardi Gras parade in Decatur
David and Phoebe Sizer are proud to walk together for the Westchester Wild Things at the 2018 Mead Rd. Mardi Gras parade
Westchester Wild Things proudly marching with their banner for the 2018 Mead Rd Mardi Gras parade
The Voodoo Dr, alias Tim Embry, offered everyone in the crowd curses or releases for just two chickens at the 2018 Mead Rd. Mardi Gras parade in Decatur
Jessica McLaughlin proudly marches with her daughter in the 2018 Mead Rd. Mardi Gras parade
Cast members of Grease from the Decatur High School Arts Theatre proudly march in the 2018 Mead Rd. Mardi Gras parade
Members of the Fave African Drum Students Krewe hand out beads and cups to bystanders at the 2018 Mead Rd. Mardi Gras Parade
Dana Wertz leads off the Beecatur Krewe marching in the 2018 Mead Rd. Mardi Gras parade. Don't get stung by them, but check them out.
Deborah Turner is having a great time marching in front of the Seed and Feed Marching Abominable's at the Mead Rd. Mardi Gras parade
Mary Agar-Jones is one of the lead showgirls for the Seed and Feed Marching Abominable Band at the 2018 MRMG parade
Ramsey and Denise Sample hold the tallest bird while Maggie and Kennedy want their pictures taken at the Mardi Gras parade in Decatur
If there is no beach sand, one still has fun doing the limbo marching in the 2018 Mead Rd. Mardi Gras parade
Ship wrecked from the islands, this Krewe was proud to make drinks and hand them out at the 2018 Mead Rd. Mardi Gras Parade
Jackson Poe and his parents are proud to take the honor of what must have been the most decorated spectator in the Mardi Gras parade
Naomi Johnson, 2 center; Caroline Camp, 3 right; and Lottie Woodruff, 5 left, of College Heights make a wonderful statement about how to have fun at a very rainy "Muddy Gras" for 2018
Feed and Seed Marching Abominable dance girls light up the party held at the end of the 2018 Mead Rd. Mardi Gras parade at The Imperial Restaurant