2012 Lilac Parade - Spokane, North Idaho News & Weather KHQ.com

2012 Lilac Parade

SPOKANE, Wash. - The 74th Annual Lilac Festival Armed Forces Torchlight Parade was Saturday night in Spokane. If you weren't one of the thousands lining the streets in downtown to watch it, you saw it right here on KHQ & SWX.

And as for results, the winners of the Equestrian and Float judging are in, and they are as follows.

EQUESTRIAN WINNER CARD:

Royalty: Spokane Interstate Fair and Rodeo

Specialty Units: Blue Mountain Riders Of Walla Walla

Specialty Units (Mounted): Northwest Aside Sidesaddle Group

Units Representing Rodeos/Festivals/Community: Palouse Empire Rodeo Royalty

Best Equestrian Award: United States Border Patrol

Pooper Scooper: Wells Fargo Advisors Stagecoach

 

FLOAT RESULTS:

Lilac Sweepstakes Award (Best Community Float): Chewelah

Queen's Awards: 1st Place - Rosalia 2nd Place - Freeman 3rd Place - Tekoa

Princess Awards: 1st Place - Manson Apple Blossom 2nd - Davenport 3rd - Ritzville

President's Awards: 1st - Connell - North Franklin 2nd - Deer Park 3rd - Prosser

Grand Marshall Awards: 1st - Hyack BC 2nd - Sunnyside 3rd - Wenatchee Apple Blossom

Non-Commercial Award - Stomp Out MS

 

We will continue to update this story as new information becomes available.

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