"Lights, camera, action!" in this years Jr. Lilac Parade - Spokane, North Idaho News & Weather KHQ.com

"Lights, camera, action!" in this years Jr. Lilac Parade

SPOKANE, Wash. - Lights, camera, action was the theme for the 59th annual Junior Lilac Parade as approximately 8,000 elementary and middle school students, drill teams and youth organizations from in and around Spokane participated in the yearly competition sponsored by the Spokane Rotoract Club. The kids were even joined by a 350 member marching band from Mukilteo.

This year's Grand Sweepstakes winner was Mountainside Middle School band and drill team, while the Best Adherence to Theme winner went to the Chase Middle School band and Auxiliary units.

Here is the full list of winners.

Grand Sweepstakes………………….………………Mountainside M. S. Band & Drill Team

Best Adherence to Theme………………...….Chase Middle School Band & Auxiliary Units

Elementary Marching Unit          1st Place……………………………...Franklin Elementary

                                                          2nd Place………………………..…...Logan Elementary

Secondary Marching Unit           1st Place……………..…...Chase Middle School Drill Team

                                                          2nd Place………..Sacajawea Middle School Drill Team

Band – Div 1                              1st Place…………………….……Medical Lake Elementary

                                                           2nd Place…......West Valley District Elementary Bands

Band – Div. 2                              1st Place…………………………Mountain View M. S. Band

                                                          2nd Place…………………………Evergreen M. S. Band

Band - Div. 3                              1st Place……………………...…...Olympic View M. S. Band

                                                          2nd Place…………………...…...Greenacres M. S. Band

Band – Div. 4                              1st Place……………………………….…....Shaw M. S. Band

                                                          2nd Place………...……………...……Glover M. S. Band

Band – Div. 5                              1st Place……………………………....Sacajawea M. S. Band

                                                          2nd Place………...………………Northwood M. S. Band

Individual Unit                         1st Place………………………………………...Roger Potter

Club/Organization/Scout       1st Place………………………………………....Entertainers

                                                          2nd Place………...…………...………Finch Elementary

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