Guard/National Guard entry is Fair Parade best in show
The 2010 Idaho County Fair Parade was a success; there were 38 entries varying from royalty to miniature horses to 4-H groups. The Fair Board would like to thank everyone who entered the parade and also everyone who helped to make it a success; including the Hang Out for allowing the parade to use their parking lot for the line up, Collette Schaeffer for helping with the sign in, Pat and Ed Holthaus for helping with the line-up, Joe Seubert for announcing, the Lionís Club for the use of their sound system, Hoene Hardware for letting us hook up the sound system in front of their store, and a special thanks to Budís Saw Service for loaning out two of their Rangers for the Fair Board to ride in and to Shelia Deweese for driving the Grand Marshal, Lauretta Crabtree, in her Mustang convertible. The Fair Board would also like to thank the parade judges who will remain anonymous. The winners of the parade are as follows:
Commercial: 1st-Cottonwood Credit Union; 2nd-US Bank; 3rd-Photography by Rene
Non-Profit: 1st-Color Guard and National Guard; 2nd-Keuterville Livestock; 3rd-Indoor/Outdoor 4-H Club
Royalty: 1st-Lewis County; 2nd-Idaho County; 3rd-Lewiston Roundup
Equestrian: 1st-Mini Whinnies; 2nd-Lewiston Roundup Stagecoach
Best of Show: The Color Guard and National Guard
The VFW/American Legion Color Guard along with the National Guard entry following them were judged Best of Show in the Fair Parade.
The Idaho County Fair Parade was the final official appearance for the 2010 Royalty. Walking behind the float and tossing candy to the crowd were the 2011 Royalty.
The Lewis County Royalty float was the parade winner in the royalty category.
The Keuterville Livestock 4-H Club float.
The Cat in the Hat made an appearance at the parade as part of the Prairie community Library entry.
The Tidwell-Uhlorn mini-horse entry is always a popular one in the Fair parade.