FRISCO NAMES FOURTH OF JULY WINNERS
Thursday’s Fourth of July celebration was filled with activity. The fabulous parade saw 65 floats and 325 kids participate in the bike parade. The parade kicked off with the Frisco Police sounding off and continued alongMain Street toSixth Avenue with some of the largest candy hauls most kids have ever seen. To follow are the 2013 Frisco Parade winners.
Frisco Parade Winners:
Best of Parade (Money and Trophy)
Ftisco Family and Friends, sponsored by Bill Robison they come together from all over the country to make new memories and celebrate the firefighters who work tirelessly to save our mountain paradise.
Business Category Winners (Trophies)
1ST place – Wilderness Sports
2ND place – Colorado Angler
3rd place – Neils Lunceford and the Rocky Mountain Queens
Vehicle Category Winners (Trophies)
1st place – 1930 Roadster
2nd place – 1941 Ford, Owner Bert and Anne Del Villano
3rd place - Specialized Truck and SUV
Animals Category Winners (Trophies)
1st Place –HighCountryHorsemanshipSchool
2nd Place – Saddle Pals
3rd Place – Mountain Man – Bill Lee
Non- Profit Category Winners (Money and Trophies)
1st Place – $100.00 – Keystone Science School
2nd Place – $50.00 – Summit Nordic Ski Club
3rd Place – Trophy – Domus Pacis Family Respite
Children Category Winners (Money and Trophies)
1st Place – $100.00 – Summit County Middle School Band l
2nd Place – $50.00 – Team Summit
3rd Place – Trophy – Dillon Yacht Club / Junior Sailing
Other fun facts: 71 floats in Frisco’s parade for 7 blocks through an estimated 25,000 person attendance.
Special thanks to our judges: Judi Amico, Tom Connolly, and Mark Fox ..
Much appreciation to Roman Moore from KYSL for emcee!
All winners from the parade are welcome to pick up there trophies at Town Hall between July 9th-12th between 8-5pm.