Rodeo parade results

Keremeos Elks Rodeo parade winner from the May 19 parade

Keremeos Ambassadors Selaa Nugteren

Keremeos Ambassadors Selaa Nugteren

Keremeos Elks Rodeo

Parade Winners





Parade Horse First Miss Omak




Western Horse First Drill Team

Second Shaynna Poirier

Third Sierra Poirier




Costume Horse First Penticton Carriage




Antique Cars First 2304971 Oldsmobile

Second b12 277 28 Ford Hot Rod

Third B230321958 Ford Farlaine




Motorcycles First Lee Vestars

Second Rick Cousier








Tractors First Kendell Munt

Second David Barker

Third Bud Best




Jr. Organization First Koyotes Softball Team

Second Keremeos Ambassodors




Sr. Organization First Keremeos Senior Centre

Second Garden Club

Third Shriners Penticton




Service Club First Royal Purple

Second Keremeos Search & Rescue




Bands First Shriners Band

Second Oroville Marching Band




Out of Town First Penticton Carriage

Second Oliver Royalty

Third Princeton Royalty




Special Entry First Drill Team

Second Pony Girl

Third Pony Girl Team




Comic First Penticton Shriners

Second Grist Mill




Local Business First Canadian Chopper

Second CIBC

Third Pharmasave




Float First Similkameen PowWow

Second Keremeos Senior Center

Third Keremeos Royal Purple





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