Daybreak Rotary Stampede Parade results announced

Winners in six categories for parade

The 2018 Daybreak Rotary Stampede Parade was another hit, as thousands took the streets amid the cool weather.

Be the Inspiration was the theme for this year’s parade, which kicked off at 10 a.m. and featured rodeo royalty, live music, pioneers, and much more.

Floats were judged in six categories.

Results:

Category 1: Equine

1st: Xeni Gwet’in Youth Wagon Trip

2nd: Williams Lake Stampede Royalty

3rd: BC Cowboy Hall of Fame

Category 2: Floats

1st: Old Fort Traditional Dancers

2nd: Springhouse 4H Club

3rd: Billy Barker Days Society

Category 3: Bands

1st: Guitar Seller – Ukulele Band

2nd: Stampede Cowboy Church

3rd: Williams Lake Community Band

Category 4: Youth

1st: Rose Lake/Miocene 4H Club

2nd: All Nations Arts Society

3rd: Caribruisers Junior Roller Derby

Category 5: Automotive

1st: Cariboo Shrine Club

2nd: Central Cariboo Search & Rescue

3rd: Central Cariboo Disposal

Category 6: Mascots and Clowns

1st: Cariboo Chilcotin Gymnastics Association

2nd: Joan Oliver

3rd: Williams Lake Studio Theatre

For pictures, check page A12.

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