Emo Fair parade winners

An annual fall fair without a parade of some kind is just not a fair! This year, thanks to committee chairperson Lois Caul and other participants made sure another awesome parade was delivered to the public.
It all assembled along Front Street at the Golden Age Manor and Emo Health Centre, so seniors and patients could get a glimpse of this colourful event that catches the eye of everyone, and leaves them wondering what next to expect–there’s always added attractions which gives it the glitter.
I did not get an actual count of participants, it had to be around fifty decorated bikes, horses, floats, antique cars, go-carts, and much more.
Prize winners are as follows:
•Best advertisement–1. Devlin Day Care 2. Cloverleaf Grocery 3. Tompkins Hardware;
•Most Original–1. Emo Toy Library 2. Cubs of Canada 3. The Fiddlers;
•Small Motorized Float–1. Carly Bosma with her go-cart group float 1. Tess Galusha Queen Float 2. Diana Redford Queen Float 3. (tied) Brittany Caul and Ashlie Burnell;
•Best Decorated float–1. Devlin Municipal 2. Nielson Miss Tinker Too 3. Christina McCoy;
•Best Dressed Adult Comic–1. Shirley Brown;
•Best Horse/Rider–1. Camille Heyens 2. Kelsey Jolicouer 3. Jodi Jolicouer;
•Best Horse/Team Wagon–1. Chantel Heyens & Jim Wilson;
•Child Decorated Bike–1. Taylor Pelepetz 2. Brandon Pelepetz
•Vintage Tractor–1. Betty Salchert 2. Rod Carter 3. Gary Judson
•Vintage Auto–1. Larry Jack 2. Bob Dimit 3. Denise Hyatt;
•Child Open–1. Katlyn Soucy 2. Brandy Strane 3. Mary Soucy;
•Child Best Group–Emo Figure Skating Club.