Royalty: 1st Lewis County 2nd Idaho County 3nd Borders Days
Equine: 1st Grand Marshal Bertie Forsmann in Bobby and Barny Chambers Cart; 2nd Prairie Posse 4-H Club; 3rd Rough Riders 4-H club
Non-Profit: 1st Elk City Days 2nd Veterans 3rd Cottonwood Saddliers and Livestock 4-H Club
Businesses: 1st Grangeville Senior Center; 2nd Hometown Auto and 3rd Early Bird Supply
The American Legion and VFW float.
Sally Rehder sings the National Anthem to officially open the parade.
The Idaho County Fair Royalty float.
The new royalty walked behind the Royalty float on the first parade pass.
On the return trip the new royalty joined the outgoing royalty on the float.
The Border Days Royalty.
The White Bird Rodeo Queen.
A Model A Ford with John and Mary Funke in the rumble seat. We're not sure who was driving.
The Cottonwood Credit Union float.
Elk City Days brought Star Wars to Main Street in Cottonwood.
The Grangeville Senior Center float.
The Greencreek Active Workers. 4-H Club, the oldest 4-H Club in Idaho County.
Keuterville Livestock 4-H Club.
The Tahoe Hillbillies 4-H Club.
IHometown Auto & Ag's parade entry.
Jim Remacle driving his Oliver 66 Tractor through the parade.
The Lewis County Fair Royalty Float.
The Pacific Cabinets float.