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2007 - Buckweed fire chars 38,000 acres, destroys 21 homes in Canyon Country and Agua Dulce [story]


Living Iwo Jima Memorial, by Prayer Angels for the Military

Living Iwo Jima Photo/Statue, by Prayer Angels for the Military

Parade on SCVTV most of the day Friday: SCVTV.com, Time Warner Cable Channel 20, AT&T U-verse Channel 99

 

Trophy pick-up info: SCVParade.com

 

SWEEPSTAKES

Prayer Angels for the Military

 

GRAND EQUESTRIAN

Blue Shadows Mounted Drill Team

 

BEST OF THEME

Fil-Am Association of SCV

 

BEST DECORATED

Caporales San Simon

 

HIGH SCHOOL BAND

1st – All-SCV High School Marching Band

 

HIGH SCHOOL FLAG OR DRILL TEAM

1st – Canyon High School Cheer

2nd – Golden Valley High School Cheer

 

COLOR GUARD

1st – Vietnam Veterans Lost Patrol

2nd – California Rangers

3rd – L.A. Commandry #9

 

YOUTH GROUP (Non-float)

1st – Gymcheer USA

2nd – Cub Scout Pack 40

 

DO-DAH STYLE

1st – Uh-Oh Band

 

COMMERCIAL FLOAT

1st – Infinity Wealth Management

2nd – Sport Clips

3rd – Sun Power by Green Convergence

 

NON-COMMERCIAL FLOAT (Under 17)

1st – SCV Boys & Girls Club Ballet Folklorico

2nd – Cub Scout Pack 490

 

NON-COMMERCIAL FLOAT (Over 17)

1st – Prayer Angeles for the Military

2nd – Friends of Hart Park & Pow-Wow

3rd – Canyon Theatre Guild & SC Regional Theatre

 

CLUB OR FRATERNAL FLOAT

1st – Caporales San Simon

2nd – Metropolitan District Elks

3rd – Cowboy Social Club

 

COMMERCIAL OR SPECIALIZED VEHICLE

1st – Jersey Mike’s Subs

2nd – KHTS AM-1220

3rd – Valencia KIA

 

CAR OR MOTORCYCLE CLUB

1st – San Fernando Valley Model A Club

2nd – SCV Antique Auto Club

 

CLASSIC OR ANTIQUE AUTO (Single)

1st – Jerry Salinas

 

MOUNTED GROUP, OPEN

1st – Blue Shadows Mounted Drill Team

 

MOUNTED COLOR BEARERS, OPEN

1st – California Rangers

 

MOUNTED GROUP, NOVELTY

1st – Newhall Trail Riders

 

MINI-HORSE HITCH, OPEN

1st – Hayley & Tucson

 

Heather Kate Duncan sings The Star Spangled Banner.

Heather Kate Duncan starts the parade with The Star Spangled Banner.

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