PHOTOS: Winners of the 2022 Ponoka Stampede Parade

Parade marshal Olympic speedskater Maddison Pearman in the Ponoka Stampede on June 30. (Photos by Emily Jaycox/Ponoka News)Parade marshal Olympic speedskater Maddison Pearman in the Ponoka Stampede on June 30. (Photos by Emily Jaycox/Ponoka News)
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The Crestomere 4-H Multi Club won the Best Over All award in the 2022 Ponoka Stampede Parade.The Crestomere 4-H Multi Club won the Best Over All award in the 2022 Ponoka Stampede Parade.

The theme of the 2022 Ponoka Stampede Parade, held on June 30, was a “Salute to Canada’s 155th Birthday.”

The winners for the best entries in the following categories were:

Professional: First, Central Veterinary Clinic; second, Brittany Jo & Co. Wellness Clinic.

Non Professional: First, Bobtail Nursery; second, Sommer Home Hardware.

Non Commercial: First, Asikiw Mostos O’pikinawasiwin Society; second, Samson Women’s Advisory.

Mounted: First, VJV Marketing Group and Benchmark Commodities, second, Jordyn Faber.

4H: First, Crestomere 4H Multi Club.

Heavy Hitch: First, Paul Demers (Percheron Horses).

Light Horse Hitch: First, Alberta Friesians.

Antique: First, Paul Moeskate.

Decorated Vehicles: First, Samson Community; second, Altitude Spa.

Sports and Rec: First, Ponoka Riding and Roping; second, Wild Rose Cowgirl Trick Riding.

Best Marching Band: First, Red Deer Royals; second, Cardstone Marching.

Best Non-Marching Band: First, Lethbridge Collegiate Institute (LCI), second, The Techno Fiddlers.

Towns, Cities, Villages: First, Town of Ponoka; second, Stettler Community.

2022 Best Over All: Crestomere 4-H Multi Club.

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