A Great “Bill of Rights” Independence Day Celebration
To all the parade entrants. Thank you, you made this a special day for the
parade watchers. Congratulations to the entries which won in their class:
Thanks to Judith Palmer we have early photos of some of the lineup area activity.
The Chronicle has graciously allowed
us to reprint their front page story
about this parade and this collection
of parade day photos.
Randy Caverly, chief honcho of the bank robbery re-entactment, contributed 144 photos of the parade! Thanks
The 2010 Independence Parade "Our Bill of Rights"
is now online! Bill Scholl is the announcer and Rachel Scholl filmed
the event. Thank you both!
Click on a link (below) and enjoy a great parade.
And our winners are:
- Vehicles-Civic, Military & Emergency
Non Profit Entries
- Grays Harbor Fire Dist #1 Engine #27-01
- Grays Harbor Fire Dist #1 Engine 27-14
- Habitat for Humanity
- St. Marks Lutheran Church
- Bud Berger Logging
- John Bennett Trucking
- Bailey’s IGA
- Jack Atkerson’s Family Float
- GH Dairy Women Dairy Ambassador
- Carter for County Commissioner
- American Made Drill Team
- Black Hills Gold 4-H
- GH Mounted Posse Court
- Private Show Vehicle Before 1950
Private Show Vehicle After 1950
- George Mitchell 1933 Chev Pickup
- The Lamb Boys 1931 Model A Deluxe Sedan
- John Crocker 1938 Plymouth
- Mary Combs 1964 Mustang Convertible
- Robert Sandbeck T90Quarrymen Car Club 1966 Ford LTD
- Toby Tobash Winged Sprint Car
- Local Youth, With or Without Pets or Farm Animals
Performing, must have precision choreography, dance
routines, perform music or entertain beyond walking or riding.
- Oakville Assembly of God Children on Float
- Oakville United Methodist Children on Float
Judge's Choice - American Made Drill Team
Best Theme Entry - Sterling Savings Bank
Mayor's Choice - 5th Army Color Guard
Local Youth – Oakville Assembly of God
Best Performing – American Legion Band
- Diana Appler, American Legion Band
- Wendi Scott, Oakville Acorn Cheerleaders