Keremeos Elks Rodeo Parade

Summary of winners in long weekend Keremeos Elks Rodeo in Keremeos

 

 

2012 Winners

 

 

Bands:

1st: Oroville High School Band

2nd: Gizeh Shriners Arabian Band

3rd: Lloyd Carleton Band

 

 

Local Business:

1st: Keremeos Pharmasave

2nd: Grist Mill

3rd: CIBC

 

 

Jr. Organization:

1st: Keremeos BoyScouts

2nd: Girl’s Softball Team

3rd: Keremeos BoyScouts

 

 

Sr. Organization:

1st: Shriners Penticton

2nd: Keremeos Elks

3rd: Keremeos Royal Purple

 

 

Service Club:

1st: Garden Club

2nd: Keremeos Royal Purple

3rd: Keremeos Elks

 

 

Special:

1st: Valley 1st C.U.

2nd: Dwayne Trelinberg

 

 

Comic:

1st: Valu Plus Foods

2nd: Shriners Clown

3rd: Rodeo Clown

 

 

Out of Town:

1st: Osoyoos Royalty

2nd:

3rd:

 

 

Horse Winners

1st: Katie Fergus Miss Omak

2nd: Cartney Ingle Miss Tonasket

3rd: Riata Marchant Miss Rodeo Washington

Western:

1st: Marron Valley Drill Team

2nd: Eric McCrae

3rd: Bob Kepfer

Costume:

1st: Hannah Hare – Muskateer

2nd: Ciara Poirier – Cow

3rd: Sarah Hare – Muskateer

 

 

Antique Tractor Winners

1st: Grist Mill – Tyear Completed

2nd: Dave Barker – Case VAC

3rd: Ted Cade – VA

 

 

Antique Car Winners

Most Original – Ronald Ryde – 1947 Buick Super

Best Condition – Graham Bennett – 1926 Model T Ford

1st: Don Smith

2nd: Fred Alexander & Morris Turner

3rd: Merrill Hewitt

 

 

Motor Bike Winners

Most Original – Leo Dechant – 2008 GoldWing

Best Condition – John Paul Pronovist – 2001 GoldWing

1st: Fred Plessif – 1993 GoldWing – Trike

2nd: John Paul Pronovist – 2001 GoldWing

3rd : Leo DeChant – 2008 Silver GoldWing

Trike Winner

1st: Fred Plessif

 

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