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Mt. Hood Cleaners wins 'best use of theme'

Marching band earns Darrell Dempster Memorial Award


Starting Tuesday night, July 8, dozens of taped-off lawn chairs began to line Pioneer Boulevard in anticipation of the Sandy Mountain Festival Parade.

When the evening of Thursday, July 10, arrived, residents from Sandy and mountain towns gathered to watch.

The grand marshal, the Sandy High School Robotics Team, lead the parade with a float that showcased the team's skills with robots, complete with a battle ring. by: POST PHOTO: KYLIE WRAY  - 2014 Sandy Mountain Festival Parade Grand Marshall: Sandy High Robotics

The ladies of the Mountain Fest’s Five Generation Court followed waving from atop five Corvettes, driven by members of the Rose City Corvette Club.

Other floats included those of local clubs, organizations and businesses.by: POST PHOTO: KYLIE WRAY  - 2014 Sandy Mountain Festival Five Generation Court

On Friday, July 11, awards for the parade were announced on the Sandy Mountain Festival website. And the awards were handed out at 1 p.m. Sunday, July 13, at the Dale Nicholls Stage in Meinig Memorial Park.

Mayor's Trophy for best overall use of theme

Mt Hood Cleaners

Grand Marshals Award

Belmont Training Stables & Horse Club

Florence Schmidt Memorial Award

Clackamas County Fair & Canby Rodeo Court

Lynn Ellis Memorial Award for civic/community entry

Friends of the Sandy Pool

Darrell Dempster Memorial Award for best marching band

Oregon Trail Band

Joan Parker Memorial Queen's Trophy for best commercial entry

Burns Feed Store

by: POST PHOTO: KYLIE WRAY  - Sandys State Champion Baseball team kept the parade energetic by assigning a willing player to lap the truck waving the Pioneer banner.

Court Vehicle

1st place: Cascadia Village Retirement & Assisted Living Community

2nd place: Avamere at Sandy

Civic Float

1st place: Sandy Youth Football & Cheerleaders (Drain Pro)

2nd place: Relay for Life

Commercial Float

1st place: Mt. Hood Athletic Club

2nd place: Suburban Auto Group

3rd place: US Bank

3rd place: Avamere at Sandy

3rd place: The Local Buzz

Community Float

1st place: Abundant Life Church

2nd place: Sandy FFA

3rd place: Sandy Cal Ripkin Baseball

Commercial Marchers by: POST PHOTO: KYLIE WRAY  - Sandy School of Dance won first place in the commerical marchers catagory by dancing their way down the parade route.

1st place: Sandy School of Dance

2nd place: Riger Elite Gymnastics

3rd place: US World Class Taekwondo

Community Marchers

1st place: Girl Scout Troop 42448

2nd place: Girl Scout Troop 45741

3rd place: CUB Scout Pack 248

Marchers with Animals

1st place: PowerLine Kennels

2nd place: 4-H Muttsketeers

Commercial Vehicle

1st place: Pony Express awards for Community Vehicle

2nd place: Bud Construction

3rd place: Pacific Northwest Gourmet Foods

Community Vehicle

1st place: Molalla Buckaroo Junior Court

2nd place: Society of St Vincent de Paul

3rd place: City of Sandy Transit

Miscellaneous Vehicle by: POST PHOTO: KYLIE WRAY  - Even clowns got in on the parade action by waving from their ladybug themed smart car.

1st place: City of Portland Water Bureau, Dodge Park

2nd place: Travis Walpole

3rd place: Rolin Zaugg

Equestrian Club

1st place: Belmont Training Stables & Horse Club

Equestrian Court

1st place, Clackamas County Fair & Canby Rodeo Court

Equestrian Individual/Pair

1st Carlos Espirito

2nd Ed Hoffman

3rd Jackie Tolbert

Award for Pooper Scooper

1st place, Clackamas County Fair & Canby Rodeo Court

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