Saturday Nov 20 2010 comments Rain or Shine The Parade Must Go On By: Photo by Kim Palaferri/Press Tribune -A +A Buy This Photo Now The Grinch whole stole Christmas leads the way for Roseville Transit during the the 49th annual Sylvia Besana Holiday Parade on Vernon Street. Even the threat of rain couldn?t keep the Grinch away. Keiser Permenente brings good health to the parade down Vernon St. Carrying the banner from left is Lorinda White, Dianna Dunham and Danika Orsino. Representing Placer County Ambassadors Pagentry are Junior Miss Jenny Hutchinson, left, Bobbi Burke and Junior Teen Rebekah Robertson in the Parade. Santa comes to town a bit early, even with the threat of rain. George McMindes takes a ride with Ken Denio and riding in back is Karly Reed. McMindes and Denio have been bringing up the rear of the parade for 14 years. Dancing and Prancing down Vernon Street is Megan Hoffeditz and The Dance Gallery 2. Madison Omeara snipes is decked out for the parade on her horse Blaze. Fast Track skater Renee Mazyck with Sacred City Derby Girls takes a stroll down Vernon Street during the the 49th annual Sylvia Besana Holiday Parade. Brad Rose, left, and Kevin Steed of Bunz & Company Sports Bar, have a ball at the 49th annual Sylvia Besana Holiday Parade. Girlscout Troop 1708 made there "presents" at the parade. From left is Kiera Gunn, Emily Harrison, Laurne Egdr and Sydney Rose. Representing Boy Scout Pac 112 is Connor Grove and in tow is Steve Newsom and father Darren Grove. The Roseville City Council gets a ride with the Roseville Fire Department during the the 49th annual Sylvia Besana Holiday Parade. Dave and Kai McElvaine have a fun father and son day during the Roseville Holiday Parade. Enjoying some time with his daughters after a day working at the Army National Guard, Captain Thomas Weaver waits for the parade to start with Isabella, and in his lap is Lily. Vonette McCauley of Roseville Electric Public Relations teaches Alyssa Javidan of Roseville the changes made in new LED Christmas Tree Lights that saves energy. Buying some yummy Haley Adair of Sweet Valley kettle corn is Jessica and Maxim Varakuta. Carole Chilcote sells a hand made Pillow Pal, a rice filled bag for therapy, to Katie Chrisos during the Roseville Holiday Celebration. Chilcote and her nine year old daughter make the bags to raise money for a Diabetes Family camp that they attend during the summer.