Springhouse 4-H Club members

Springhouse 4-H Club members

Springhouse 4-H wins best theme entry

While rain broke forth at various intervals throughout the Stampede weekend it was clear sailing for the annual parade.

While rain broke forth at various intervals throughout the Stampede weekend it was clear sailing for the annual Daybreak Rotary Stampede Parade Saturday morning.

The Springhouse 4-H Club came through to win the $500 prize for best overall theme entry (number 4 and the letter H) and Red Tomato Pies won the second place prize of $250 in the same category.

Winners in the other categories were as follows.


Best Dressed Cowboy: first, Xeni Gwet’in Youth Wagon Trip; second, Riley DeRose; third (tie), Andy Sullivan and Len LeBlanc Community Policing.

Best Dressed Cowgirl: first, Kaylee Billyboy (BC High School Rodeo); second, Joan Palmantier Gentles; third, Chiotin Alphonse, Tl’etinqox Government.

Horse Group:  first, Xeni Gwet’in Youth Wagon Trip; second, Cariboo Cowgirls Drill Team; third, Wild West Riders.

Buggy/Wagon: first, Roy Barter.

Best Equine: Kaylee Billyboy, BC High School.


Municipal: first, City of Kelowna; second, Cariboo Regional District.

Commercial: first, Blocks R Us; second, Red Tomato Pies; third, Pacific Coastal.


First, Horsefly 4-H Club; Horsefly 4H Club; second, Cariboo Chilcotin Gymnastics; third, Rose Lake/Miocene 4H Club.


First, Studio Theatre; second, Tl’entinqox Government; third, Central Cariboo Search and Rescue.


Horsefly 4H Club.


First, Williams Lake Pipe Band; second, Cariboo Shriners Club and Band; third, Williams Lake Community Band.


Williams Lake Pipe Band.


Best Dressed Girl (14 and under): first, Joey Augustine, Horsefly 4H Club; second, Paisley McNolty, Future Rodeo Champions; third, Aiya Cooper, Future Rodeo Champions.

Best Dressed Boy (14 and under): first, Nate Carnes, Future Rodeo Champions; second, Joshua Vandersaw, Unicyclists; third, Eli Schwaller, Pioneer Log Homes.



Joey Augustine, Horsefly 4H Club.


Antique Car/Truck (1900 – 1950): first, Wayne Potter.

Classic Car/Truck (1950-2006): first, John Lyndsey; second, Bill Montgomery.

Special Interest Car/Truck: first, Central Cariboo Limosine.



Central Cariboo Limosine.


First and BEST MASCOT, Red Tomato Pies.


First and BEST CLOWN: CRD Library; second, Joan Oliver.

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