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July 30, 2008 1:51 pm

Parade Winners

Written by Tribune Staff

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Homesteader Museum won first prize for portraying the Park County Fair Parade theme with this entry, featuring Museum Director Rowene Weems' 1950's era Nash Manhattan and women dressed in a variety of costumes portraying their role in the history of Powell area.
Tribune photo by Toby Bonner
The Homesteader Museum, USA swimmers, Roger's Meat Processing and the Young Marines were the winning entries in this year's Park County Fair Parade.
The museum's entry “Herd your history? Follow the herd to the Homesteader Museum, won first place for best use of this year's fair parade theme, “Follow the herd to the Park County Fair.” Second place in the category went to the Cowabunga Cowpokes entry.
USA swimmers road a large boat up Bent Street, cooling off spectators with barrages from Super Soakers, to take first place among the floats. The Powell Christian Preschool float was second.
Roger's Meat Processing was first among the motorized entries, with the Wyoming Fiddlers finishing second.
First place for youth entries went to the Buffalo Bill Young Marines, with Cub Scout Pack 246 taking second.
Kids Parade
Winners were named in four categories in the Park County Fair Kids' Day Parade Saturday.
First place in the bike category went to a group that included Asthon and Colton Brewer and Tyler, Kortney and Payten Feller.
A group composed of Josiah, Abbie and Sadie Hogan and Benjamin, Claire and Esther Feathers was first among the walking entries. Sydnie and Steven Stambaugh finished second.
Champ Lindahl brought the first place float up Bent Street, and Carrie and Ann Killen's float finished second.
Among the battery-powered entries, first place went to Andy and Katie Beavers and Augusta and Charlie Larsen. Second place went to Colton Rayona and Victoria Rathie, and Mackenzie Stevens finished third.