Navajo-Hopi Nations,Flagstaff & Winslow News
Fri, Jan. 24

64th Annual Winslow Christmas Parade

<i>Todd Roth/NHO</i><br>
The Flagstaff Kennel Club K-9 Drill Team makes their way down the parade route on Nov. 20 during the 64th Annual Winslow Christmas Parade.

<i>Todd Roth/NHO</i><br> The Flagstaff Kennel Club K-9 Drill Team makes their way down the parade route on Nov. 20 during the 64th Annual Winslow Christmas Parade.

WINSLOW, Ariz. - The annual Winslow Christmas Parade was again a huge success. There were 63 entrants in this year's parade, including many from the Navajo and Hopi tribes. The parade, held Saturday, Nov. 20, started at 1 p.m. It headed East on Third Street and West on Second Street between Campbell and Colorado Avenues.

Despite the windy weather, the attendance was massive. A big thanks to the city of Winslow and the Winslow Chamber of Commerce for ensuring that Winslow residents were able to enjoy "A Picture Perfect Christmas."

The parade entrants competed for a variety of awards. Winners are listed below:

Sweepstakes Award - Winslow Residential Hall

City Award - Winslow High School Marching Band

Judges Award - Zion Baptist Church

Mayor's Award - Winslow junior High School

Band Winner - Rim Country Middle School

Dance Group Winner - Winslow Stars

Equestrian Winner - Copper Country Riders

Float Winner - Campus of Care

Float Non-Profit Winner - Valley Baptist Church

Float Youth Winner - Second Mesa Day School

Military Winner - Chinle High School Jr. ROTC

Vehicle Winner - Leupp Public Schools

Walking Winner - Flagstaff Kennel Club K-9 Drill Team

Contact
Event Calendar
Event Calendar link
Submit Event