Keremeos Christmas Light Up awards

Light Up festival winners from Friday's annual parade in Keremeos

Best “Candy Cane Lane: Theme – $100 donated by  Similkameen Country –  Lower Similkameen Indian Band

Best “Comedy” – $50 Gift Certificate donated by  Don & Annals Greenhouses – Graham Bennett Antique Car  sponsoring the Lower Similkameen Community Services

Best “Commercial” – $50 Gift Certificate donated by  the Keremeos Review – Keremeos Pharmasave

Best “Non Profit Organization” –   $50 donated by  Similkameen Agencies (insurance) Ltd.  – Windy City Riders


Youth Entries

First prize – $25 donated by  Orchard Blossom Honey – Cawston Primary  School

Second prize – $15 donated by  Orchard Blossom Honey – Girl Guides

Third prize – $10 donated by  Orchard Blossom Money –  Dyck Children on Manager Scene  Float


Peoples Choice

Peoples Favourite –  $50 Gift card donated by  Keremeos Pharmasave  – Lower Similkameen Indian Band

Peoples Favourite Youth – $25   donated by  K Mountain Auto Repair – Lower Similkameen Indian Band


Best Decorated Business – Plaques donated by  Dave Rowe LifeSignz

First place – Valley First Credit  Union

Second place – Riverbed Bistro

Third place – Mytown Realty


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