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2013 Spokane Lilac Festival Armed Forces Torchlight Parade Winners

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Equestrian Winners:

ROYALTY: Pend Orielle County Fair Queen

SPECIAL UNITS (NOVELTY/COSTUME): Walla Wall Fair and Frontier Days

SPECIALTY UNITS (MOUNTED): Chief Joseph Days Rodeo

UNITS REPRESENTING RODEOS/FESTIVALS/COMMUNITIES: Ellensburg Rodeo Posse

EVELYN JONES MEMORIAL "BEST EQUESTRIAN" AWARD: Omak Stampede Queen

POOPER SCOOPER: Miss Spokane Interstate Rodeo Queen

Float Judging Results:

LILAC SWEEPSTAKES AWARD (Best Overall Community Float): Chewelah

QUEEN'S AWARD:

1st: Tekoa

2nd: Rosalia

3rd: Wilbur

PRINCESS' AWARD:

1st: Ritzville

2nd: Oroville

3rd: Davenport

PRESIDENT'S AWARD:

1st: Prosser

2nd: Deer Park

3rd: Leavenworth - Autumn Leaf Festival

GRAND MARSHALL AWARD:

1st: Puyallup

2nd: Wenatchee - Apple Blossom Festival

3rd: Moses Lake - Spring Festival

NON-COMMERCIAL AWARD: Stomp Out MS

 

These are the results we have so far, as soon as we get any additional winners we will be sure to update this story. 

If you have pictures of the parade you'd like to submit for a slideshow, please send them in .jpg format to pix@khq.com

 

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