Fall Fair family parade

60 people of all ages participated in the Family Parade on Sept. 2 at the North Thompson Fall Fair and Rodeo

There was much excitement as participants of all ages lined up at Barriere Secondary for the Family Parade.

Approximately 60 people of all ages participated in the Family Parade on Sept. 2 at the North Thompson Fall Fair and Rodeo.

Top 5 ‘Special’

1 – Genier Float – Dontay Parish, Meghan Balath, Pamela LeFeuvre, Ella Genier, Jorden Genier

2 – Fennell Motorized Unit – Kayleigh Fidler, Paige & Clair Arcand, Isabella Bourassa

3 – Cameron Salle – Bull Rider on Bear (his horse)

4 – Decorated Two Seater Bike – Brittany Waite, Seanna Armstrong

5 – Rainer Farm Rascles

Blue Ribbon Winners

Best Dressed Cowboy – Connor Farrow

Best Decorated Bike – Jayden Baker

Best Dressed Super Hero – Aiden Murphy

Best Costumes with Pet – Rainer Farm Rascles

Decorated Stroller – Liam Murphy

Decorated Wagon – Destiny Baker

Best Costume – general – Wyatt Mackill

Child & Costumed Pet – Bobby Raye & dog Remi

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