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Mountain Heritage Days Parade Results

Mountain Heritage Parade YHS Band - photo by Virginia Lazar

YHS Badgers Marching Band

OAKHURST – Mountain Heritage Days continued on Saturday, Sept. 19 with families lined up for the annual parade, and the results are in.

Photos by Virginia Lazar

Automobile / Antique

1st   Madera Co. Board of Supervisors

Automobile / Classic Car

1st John & Waunetta Fuchs, Jr.

2nd Robin Underwood

3rd Chamber of Commerce

Automobile / Club

1st Mountain Mafia

2nd Road Rattlers

Automobile / Other

1st Madera Co. Sheriff

2nd Mariposa Fair Rodeo Royalty

3rd Sierra Telephone

Mountain Heritage Parade YHS Band Thomas Lazar - photo by Virginia Lazar

Thomas Lazar, YHS Badgers Marching Band

Band / Senior Walking

1st Yosemite High School Band

2nd Minarets High School Band

Equestrian / Mounted Group

1st Yosemite National Park Mounted Rangers

2nd Coarsegold Rodeo Royalty

3rd Ronna Adler & Ashley Pinkerton

Float / Charitable

1st Sierra Lions Club

2nd Caring Veterans

Float / Commercial

1st Reimers Candies

2nd Pro-Shine Window Cleaning

Float / Non-Commercial

1st Yosemite High School Football

2nd Yosemite Youth Football & Cheer

3rd Golden Chain Theatre

Mountain Heritage Parade YHS Cadet Corps - photo by Virginia Lazar

YHS Cadet Corps

Marching Unit / Color Guard

1st Yosemite High School Cadet Corps

Marching Unit / Scout

1st Girl Scout Troop 3041

2nd Cub Scout Troop 341

Marching Unit / Youth Organization

1st Mariposa Martial Arts

Miscellaneous / Other

1st Kilee Thornton Twirler

Mountain Heritage Parade YHS Cadet Corps led by Ellen Peterson - photo by Virginia Lazar

Mrs. Ellen Peterson marching in the parade for the last time as YHS leader of Cadet Corps

HISTORICAL THEME TROPHY – Fresno Flats Yellow Wagon

BEST OF SHOW – Caring Vets

YOSEMITE HIGH SCHOOL SPIRIT AWARD – Yosemite High School Cadet Corps

 

 

 

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