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Lighted Farm Implement Parade winners named

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All lit up with red and white lights and carrying a winter wonderland on top, the Coca-Cola truck took home first place honors in the commercial category.

The winners of Sunnyside's 20th annual Lighted Farm Implement Parade have been announced, with Burrows Tractor as the sweepstakes award winner this past Saturday.

Burrows Tractor also won top honors in the commercial Christmas float category. Runner-up honors were presented to Central Pre Mix Concrete Co. and third place honors were awarded to GS Long.

In the modern farm equipment category, top honors were presented to Schab Farms, with Kilian Farms and JRJ Services earning second and third place honors, respectively.

Cliff's Septic earned top honors for old farm equipment and tractors. Second and third place honors were presented to Larry Oswalt and Brad Rip, respectively.

Top honors in the commercial farm equipment and vehicles went to Coca-Cola, and second place honors were presented to Yakima Transit. The third place award winner was the Sunnyside Fire Department.

In the non-commercial organization or service club category, second place honors were presented to the Port of Sunnyside, third place honors were awarded to Hillcrest Manor and Sunnyside Valley Irrigation District was presented with top honors.

For their antique car and truck entries, Dennis Blumer won top honors, Aaron Stevens Sports Training earned second place honors and third place honors were presented to Doug and Barbara Pool.

The non-commercial Christmas float top prize was presented to Critter Cab and Manning Dog Training. Nick Havorson Collection was presented runner-up honors and third place honors were awarded to Bob Haverfield.

The top animal drawn entry was Bron Dairy, with runner-up honors being presented to Broken Spur Rodeo. Jose F. Rodriguez Jr. won third place honors in the category.

Rounding out the parade entries were the youth entries. Sunnyside's Community Float won first place in the youth division. Runner-up honors were presented to Sunnyside High School's Fusion Tech and third place honors were awarded to the Grandview Chamber of Commerce.

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