Did you attend the Sunfair Parade last Saturday? The Yakima Sunfair Parade Board has announced winners of this year’s parade in a variety of categories.
Sunfair officials say the selections were made by the Yakima Sunfair Board members and local community leaders.

The Sunfair Board president says he was impressed with the effort

"We had a lot of fantastic entries this year." says Paul Crawford, 2022 Sunfair Parade President. "One standout was the The Northern Pacific Railway Museum entry. This was their first Sunfair Parade and they drove at 40 MPH to get here in their antique delivery vehicle pulling a pump-car. I appreciated their hard-work to bring us something a lot of us have never seen before."

What's next? The Yakima Holiday Light Parade

Now it's back to work. The Sunfair Parade Board now begins to focus on the annual Holiday Lighted Parade on Sunday, December 4th.

"Information will be available soon at www.YakimaParades.com Winners may pick up their awards at Yakima Federal Savings and Loan located at 118 E. Yakima Ave. or email YakimaParades@gmail.com and make other arrangements."

Classification 2022 Winner

Presidents Award The Northern Pacific Railway Museum

Mayors Award Rosebuds Cheer and Dance

Sweepstakes Award Selah Community Days Royalty

Motorized Fire Engine Mason County

Antiques Motored Vintiques

Singles Motorized Wrays IGA

1A High School Dance & Drill LaSalle

Comic Novelty Mad Hatters Haunt

3A High School Dance and Drill West Valley High School

3A High School Band West Valley High School

2B High School Band Highland High School

Commercial Division Highway Towing

Equestrian Group Sunsations Rodeo Flag Team

Equestrian Single Judith Warnick

Community Youth Organization Ronald McDonald House

Non-School Drill and Dance Divine Performance & Technique

JROTC Drill East Valley High School

Middle School Band Lewis & Clark Middle School

Floats - Service Organization Zillah Royalty

Floats - King and Queen Sunnyside

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