Mexican Dancing Horses take Grand Sweepstakes Award

Award winners named for 52nd Annual Fathoms Grand Parade

PORT ORCHARD — Corona’s Hay & Mexican Dancing Horses was selected as the Fathoms O’ Fun Festival Grand Parade’s Grand Sweepstakes Award winner June 29.

The parade participant has been a crowd favorite in past Fathoms parades.

Community festival float awards were given to the following:

Sweepstakes: Daffodil Festival

President’s Award: Mason County Forest Festival

Mayor’s Award: Sequim Irrigation Festival Float

Queen’s Award: McCleary Bear Festival

Governor’s Award: Olympia Capital Lakefair

Festival Award: Marysville Strawberry Festival

Princess Award: Clallam County Fair Royalty

Northwest Pride Award: Forks Old Fashioned Fourth of July

Judges Award: Jefferson County Rhododendron Festival

Appreciation Awards:

Kitsap County Sheriff’s Ceremonial Honor Guard

Kitsap Credit Union

Grand Marshal Robert Geiger

Leo’s Towing

South Kitsap High School Community Marching Band and Bus

Judged Categories:

Antique, Classic, Custom Vehicles – Individual

Best: 1967 Chevrolet Camaro convertible – Ken Dickinson

Car Clubs

Best: Saints Car Club

Second: Kitsap Mustang Club

Commercial Entries

Best: Tulalip Resort/Casino

Second: Air Masters Heating

Dance, Gym, Drill & Drumline

Best: Washington Diamonds Drill Team & Drumline

Second: Just for Kicks

Equestrian

Best: Kitsap Saddle Club

Fraternal

Best: Kitsap Saddle Club

Fraternal

Best: Kitsap Peninsula Shrine Club

Military and Veterans Groups

Best: Bremerton Base Submarine Veterans Float

Novelty Groups

Best: Cayden’s Maintenance Rig

Performing Groups

Best: Fantasia Twirling Corps

Political

Best: Gary K. Anderson, candidate (Port of Bremerton Dist. 2)

Pooper Scoopers

Best: Kitsap Saddle Club

Religious Groups

Best: First Christian Church VBS 2019

Service, Nonprofit Units

Best: Soroptimist International of Port Orchard

Second: Sidney Museum & Arts Association

Specialties

Best: Kitsap Sea Hawkers Booster Club

Second: Vintage Military Vehicles – Military Mobile Museum

Visiting Royalty (without festival floats)

Best: All American Girl

Second: Miss Poulsbo, Miss Kitsap, Miss Silverdale

Youth Groups

Best: South Kitsap Pee Wees

Second: Puget Sound Swim Club

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