The Best Classic Auto award went to Brynn Patterson's Flying Circus.
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Wayne Howard Reporter
Doris Johnson, who headed up the parade committee for the East Lincoln Betterment Association, accepted well-deserved congratulations for another excellent parade.
The group of volunteers gathered Tuesday evening (Dec. 6th) at the East Lincoln Community Center where the winners from this year's parade were announced.
Rudy and Ruth Bauer's Christmas Truck was judged Best in Show. The Runner-Up was Girl Scout Troops 1875 and 20018, The Judges' Choice Award went to Lake Norman Gymnastics Academy.
Obsession Sports was recognized for the Best Children's entry. The Best Classic Auto award went to Brynn Patterson's Flying Circus.
The Best Troop award went to Scout Troop 20051; the Best Church award to Lake Forest Church-Westlake; the Best Club/Civic entry award to HATS (Helping Animals to Survive); and the Best Business entry award to Denver Canine Club.
There were a total of 70 entries in this year's eighth annual Denver Christmas Parade.
Dr. Sherry Hoyle, Lincoln County Superintendent of Schools, served as the Grand Marshal. The theme for this year's parade was "A Storybook Christmas."
ELBA President George Barr praised the work of Johnson and the other volunteers. "It took months of planning and careful attention to details," he said, "and Doris and company did a wonderful job."
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