Fourth of July parade winners announced |

Fourth of July parade winners announced

Aspen Times Staff ReportAspen, CO Colorado
Jordan Curet/The Aspen TimesJim Jenkins plays a steam calliope on the Miners Building float during Fridays Fourth of July parade in downtown Aspen.

ASPEN Six entries won honors in Fridays Fourth of July parade in Aspen, the Aspen Chamber Resort Association announced after the procession.The parade winners by category are:Most Patriotic: Aspen Girl ScoutsMost Outrageous/Outstanding: Wildcat RanchMost Humorous: Aspen Air ForceBest Childrens: Aspen Gymnastics/Silver City Gym ClubBest Animal: Cedar Ridge RanchBest Music: Aspen Art Museum/Jazz Aspen SnowmassParade entries were judged by: Carol Hood of Mason & Morse, Don Sheeley of Aspen Activities Center, Rob Small, longtime Aspen resident, Ellen Falender of Stan Clauson Associates and Michelle Trane of Stay Aspen Snowmass.The parade grand marshal was Pamela Cunningham, who retired last month as general manager of the Aspen Alps after 39 years. Cunningham recently became the second recipient of the Molly Campbell Service Award for her efforts to promote service in the community.

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