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Join us as we celebrate the 51st annual Springtime Tallahassee Grand Parade on March 30, 2019 10:30 am
Come see over 100 colorful units and floats, marching bands, dance groups, Springtime Krewe floats and much more. The parade steps off on Monroe Street just south of the intersection of Monroe Street and Brevard Street and travels south on Monroe past the Florida Capitol ending at Madison Street. The first Springtime parade featured many costumes and only horse drawn units.
Today, the parade still includes horse-drawn carriages to provide a bit of nostalgia; however, it also boosts elaborately clad characters and spectacular mechanical floats from all over the southeastern United States. Springtime Tallahassee is considered one of the biggest southeastern parades and craft shows, attracting over 70,000 spectators.
Meet the Grand Marshals
A Grand Marshal is a person honored as the ceremonial master of a parade or special event. Each year, Springtime Tallahassee puts a great deal of thought and consideration into the Master of Ceremonies to kick-off the Grand Parade. Past Springtime Grand Marshal’s have included local & state leaders, long-time media personalities, college football coaches, the founder of a very popular chain restaurant and even a Tallahassee native who has made it big in Hollywood.
For 2019, we are honored to have two Grand Marshals!
Charlie Ward, Jr. is a husband, father, mentor and coach who embodies the principles of integrity, hard work and faith in God. The subject of a page-turning biography, The Athlete: Greatness, Grace and the Unprecedented Life of Charlie Ward written by veteran journalist Jon Finkel, he inspires adults and youth alike in the way he carries himself and how he shows up in the world. Described as a once-in- a-lifetime athlete and a once-in-a-lifetime human being, Ward’s character and his commitment to serve others are deeply respected in the sports community and far beyond. His calm demeanor and powerful leadership message of preparation, perseverance and patience set strong examples for business leaders, organizations, students and families.
Listed among the most outstanding college athletes in modern history, Ward, a two-sport athlete, was a stellar quarterback in football and an equally impressive point guard in basketball at Florida State University (FSU). During his senior year, he won over thirty awards, including the Heisman Trophy, set nineteen school and seven Atlantic Coast Conference records, subsequently leading the FSU Seminoles to their first-ever National Championship under legendary Coach Bobby Bowden. After graduating from FSU with a Bachelor of Arts degree, Ward was drafted twice by Major League Baseball and was a first-round draft pick of the New York Knicks. He went on to play for the Knicks, helping the team consistently reach the playoffs six consecutive years from 1996 to 2001.
Ward was a starting point guard for the ‘99 Knicks Eastern Conference Championship team and the ’99 NBA Finals. He played eleven seasons as a leading point guard in the NBA in New York, San Antonio, and Houston, and served as an assistant coach with the Houston Rockets for two years. Throughout his professional athletic career, Ward coached and mentored students, and is now using this experience as a full-time high school basketball coach at Florida High School in Tallahassee after coaching high school football for nine years at Westbury Christian School in Houston, TX and Booker T. Washington High School in Pensacola, FL.
Charlie Ward is a man whose greatness and grace know no bounds. He and his wife Tonja have been married for 23 years and they have three children, Caleb, Hope and Joshua. From 1996 to 2006, the family underwrote and produced youth development sports camps and events throughout the country. Over the past 25 years, they have quietly and consistently donated to youth development organizations, charities, churches and schools. In 2015, they officially founded the Charlie Ward Family Foundation to leave a legacy of giving back by supporting youth development programs and organizations, and sharing his inspirational message of embracing the process that leads to success.
Coach Kez McCorvey began his football career, like many, as a player for his high school football team in Pascagoula, Mississippi. After red shirting in 1990 at FSU, he began an exciting period of his life as a 4-year starter for a team who won five consecutive bowl games; had three undefeated ACC championships; and won the national title in 1993 with a combined record of 44-5-1. Coach McCorvey personally received all ACC honors in 1992 & 1993, as well as Script and Howard all American honors in 1993. He is the second leading receiver in FSU history for receiving yards & receptions and set the record for touchdowns in a single game.
Upon graduating in 1995 with his sociology degree, he was drafted in the fifth round to the Detroit Lions where he played for three seasons. In 1999 he was drafted to the Rhien Fire NFL Europe, where he broke the record for the longest touchdown in NFL Europe history. Kez finished his playing career with the Edmonton Eskimos, where he became a league leader in touchdowns and was elected to the All-Star team.
His first coaching opportunity came in 1998 as the Wide Receiver Coach of Lincoln High School, in Tallahassee, FL, who made it to the South State Championship game during his tenure. While there, he had the opportunity to coach Craphanso Thorpe, who later played at FSU and professionally.
Finding a love for player development, Coach McCorvey and partners started Titus Sports Academy in 2002, a strength and speed development company for young athletes. During the span of seven years he had a hand in developing many great athletes from the Panhandle area, including Antonio Cromartie and Ernie Sims. He also developed the principles of the receiver portion of Darrin Slack’s Academy. His work was honored by an appointment of service on the Governor’s board for physical fitness for the state of Florida.
In 2009, Coach McCorvey received his first head coaching position with the Maclay Marauders in Tallahassee, FL, where he helped develop Seth Roberts, who became a wide receiver for the Oakland Raiders. In 2011, Coach McCorvey took a position as the Wide Receiver Coach, Strength Coach, and Pass Game Coordinator for the Bethel University Wildcats in Makenzie Tennessee. The Wildcats won the conference title for the first time since 2006 and ranked 3rd in the nation for yards per attempt during his tenure.
Following great success at Bethel, Coach McCorvey joined the Toronto Argonauts in the CFL as an Assistant Coach. The Argonauts excelled that season and went onto win the Grey Cup Championship. Coach McCorvey’s contribution continued to be seen through his players, as he developed three into thousand-yard-receivers. One became MVP of the Canadian Football League and another, Dontrelle Inman, would go onto play for the San Diego Chargers, where he continues to play today.
In 2013, Coach McCorvey took another head coaching opportunity with Northeast High School in Oakland Park, FL. He rejoined the CFL in 2014 as the Wide Receiver Coach with the Edmonton Eskimos, where a 12-6 record was achieved in 2014 and a 14-4 record and a CFL Grey Cup Championship win was achieved in 2015. This same year, Coach McCorvey had two players, Adarius Bowman and Derel Walker, lead the CFL as the first and second in receptions, second in yards, and with Walker as rookie of the year.
In 2016, McCorvey accepted a job at Middle Tennessee State as the Wide Receivers Coach, where he deployed his skill of developing young men into effective football players. His ability to do so is matched by few in the industry.
Capital City Band of TCC
Before the parade kicks off enjoy the tremendous talents of the Capital City Band of TCC 9:30 a.m. on Park Ave along Monroe St.
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