Who won what at parade, car show, Strongman match

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Float Awards

First Place Grand Sweepstakes – Tacoma

Daffodil Festival

Second Place President’s – Mason County

Forest Festival

Third Place Governor’s – Marysville

Strawberry Festival

Fourth Place Mayor’s – Capital Lake

Fair Inc.

Fifth Place Chairman’s – West Seattle


Judges’ Special

First – Fathoms O’ Fun, Port Orchard

Second – Rhododendron Festival,

Port Townsend

Equestrian Unit

First – Fifth Avenue Retirement/

The Lodge

Second – Rachell Hermann Mules

Third – Bowers’ Blue Mountain Belgians


First – Sherwood Assisted Living

Second – Northwest Eye Surgery

Third – Sequim Lavender Festival


First – Eastern Hills Community Church

Second – SNAP/Special Needs Advocacy


Third – Sequim Vineyard

Classic Car Pre-1950

First – Bill Bradley, 1947 Ford Super

Deluxe convertible

Second – Tom Elwick, 1930 Model A Ford

Classic Car Post-1950

First – Dick and Sylvia Sutterlin,

1973 Cadillac Eldorado

Second – Del Boyd, 1966 Pontiac

Bonneville convertible

Patriotic – VFW Post 6787, Carlsborg

Magical Cruzz Show n’ Shine

Class A Best Street Rod Roadster

Rich Stapf – 1932 Ford Roadster

Class B Best Street Rod Sedan/Coupe

John Stephens – 1941 Willys Coupe

Class C Best Street Rod Pickup

Ron Campbell – 1949 International K-2

Class D Best Import Car/ Pickup

Dan Kalinski – 1999 Ferrari GTS

Class E Best Unfinished Car/Pickup

Mike and Tami Elliott – 1965 Ford Mustang

Class F Best 1947 and Older


Mark Cooper – 1937 Chevy Pickup

Class G Best 1948 and Newer


Gary Little – 1972 Chevy Pickup

Class H Best Rat Rod

Bob Thomas – 1923 Ford

Class I Best Muscle Car

Al Scali – 1968 Pontiac Firebird

Class J Best Pony Car

Colin Cunningham – 1965 Ford Mustang

Class K Best Corvette

Dan Ghere – 2003 Corvette Coupe

Class L Best Custom Car

Ron Wilcox – 1940 Chevy Sedan

Class M Best 1919 and Older

Richard Ward – 1915 Ford Model T

Class N Best 1920-1929

Linda and Gary Rodal – 1929 Ford Model A

Class O Best 1930-1939

Brant Parks – 1930 Ford Victoria T

Class P Best 1940-1949

Terry Barton – 1940 Chevy Convertible

Class Q Best 1950-1959

Earl Brown – 1956 Chevy Pickup

Class R Best 1960-1969

Michael Greg and Denise Sieg-1968

Plymouth Barracuda

Class S Best 1970-1979

Herb Woods – 1973 Dodge Challenger

Class T Best 1980-present

Car Coupe Connection – 1965 Cobra

Daytona Coupe

Class U Best Race Car

Mike Lindsey – 1939 Chevy

People’s Choice

Jenny Sies – 1957 Thunderbird


First place 4A/3A bands – Bremerton

High School

First place AA bands – Chimacum Middle/

Junior High School

Second Place 4A/3A bands – Port Angeles

High School

Second Place AA bands –

Port Townsend Middle/Junior High School-

Olympic View Middle

Jesse Marunde Memorial Invitational

Strongman Competition

1. Nick Best, Las Vegas

2. Foster Parnell, Las Vegas

3. Breck Gault, Sequim

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