The Hazel Dell Parade of Bands drew 148 entries on Saturday, including 26 bands from Oregon and Washington.
Parade organizers honored the following entries as part of its 2019 theme: “Generations of Music — Celebrating 55 Years.”
Millar Construction won the Grand Marshal Award.
The Division I Director’s Award for equestrian entries was presented to Riverview Community Bank, Clark County Fair Court. The Clark County Fair Mounted Patrol won a blue ribbon.
The Division II Association Award for noncommercial entries was presented to Miss Teen La Center. A blue ribbon was presented to Clark County Special Olympics; a red ribbon to Amboy Territorial Days and a white ribbon to Vancouver Ballet Folkloric.
The Division III President’s Award for commercial entries was presented to Glenwood Place Senior Living. A blue ribbon was presented to People’s Community Credit Union; a red ribbon was presented to Clark Regional Wastewater District and a white ribbon to Fred Meyer.
The Division IV Founders Award for classic cars was presented to Bob Bryant. Mustangs Unlimited won a blue ribbon, and the 40 et 8 Locomotive won a red ribbon.
The Division V Chairman’s Award for specialty vehicles was presented to Fort Vancouver Antique Equipment. Marine Cadets of Washington won a blue ribbon, while iQ Credit Union won a red ribbon and Triple J Towing won a white ribbon.