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Legion announces Saturday’s parade results

July 1, 2013

COLUMBIA CITY — As Old Settlers Day came to its closing day, the American Legion Parade celebrated “Our Fallen Heros.”

As groups, bands and floats were traveling down Main Street in damp weather, each parade entry was judged Saturday.

The following prizes were awarded for parade entries.

Antique Tractors

•Mizpah Shrine Power Club — First prize, $50
•Frank Fahl — Second prize, $30
•Carol Goff — Third prize, $20

Color Guard (men walking)

•Smith Township Fire Department — First prize, $100

Commercial Floats

•Grable & Associates — First prize, $50
•Edward Jones and Orizon Real Estate — tied for Second prize, $30
•L.T. Real Estate — Third prize, $20

Novelty Cars

•Corvette Club — First prize, $50

Mounted Units (individual)

•Paul Harrington — First prize, $50

Novelty & Fun Units

•Haunted Jail — First prize, $50
•CC Buggy Club — Second prize, $30
•Dance Til U Drop — Third prize, $20

Floats (noncommercial)

•Little People Day Care — First prize
•Frank Fahl Veterans Wagon — Second prize
•Church of the Nazarene — Third prize

High School Bands

Each participating high school band received a $150 for transportation fees.

Baton & Pompom Groups

Each participating baton and pompom group received $50 for transportation fees.

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