PHOTOS: Stampede Parade

A selection of photos from the annual three mile long Ponoka Stampede Parade June 30

Ponoka Stampede’s three-Mile parade did not disappoint.

There were a variety of floats including several marching bands, floats from Maskwacis, community groups and more. By the time the first floats finished the last float was heading out on the route.

The best overall float of the day goes to the Samson Cree Nation.

Other float results with first and second:

Professional: Service Credit Union and Crystal Glass

Non-professional: Maskwacis Public Health and Samson Management

Non-commercial: Samson Cree Nation and Royal Canadian Legion

Mounted: Edmonton Sheriffs Posse and Vold, Jones, Vold Auction

4-H: Crestomere and Silver Valley

Heavy hitch: Mike Copi and Paul and Dallas Demers

Light horse hitch: Bobtail Nursery and Wetaskiwin Ready Mix

Antique: Rod Vanhill and Town of Ponoka

Decorated vehicles: Extreme Paper Works and Real Country 95.5 – Zed 98.9

Comedy and Novelty: Allan Sutton

Sports and recreation: Ponoka Minor Ball and Gun It Cross Fit

Children: Luke and Sam Doornewaard

Best marching band: Red Deer Royals and West Edmonton Drum Corp

Best non marching band: Lacombe Marathon Fiddlers and Samson Cree Nation

Towns, Cities and Villages: City of Leduc and Town of Ponoka

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