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November 29, 2008 Westminster Christmas Parade judging sheet results

November 29, 2008 Westminster Christmas Parade judging sheet results

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Published by Kevin Earl Dayhoff

November 29, 2008 Westminster Christmas Parade judging sheet results

This years Westminster Christmas parade will be held November 27, 2010. City of Westminster Recreation & Parks Department HOLIDAY PARADE AND TREE LIGHTING CEREMONY - NOVEMBER 27 AT 5PM - Come celebrate the holiday season in Historic Westminster. Enjoy the seasonal sounds of the Westminster Municipal Band, sing carols, see the awarding of the Mayor's Cup and await the arrival of SANTA!

For some of the coverage of last year’s events, see:

http://kevindayhoff.blogspot.com/2010/10/this-years-westminster-md-christmas.html

That Holiday Glow by Katie Jones http://kevindayhoff.blogspot.com/2010/10/this-years-westminster-md-christmas.html

Below please find the judges’ results from the November 29, 2008 parade:

Christmas Parade judging sheet results

November 29, 2008 4 pm

Judging criteria: Enthusiasm; creativity; community; holiday spirit and theme.

Judges: Judy Clippart, Jen Mace, and Kevin Dayhoff

Judges’ stand courtesy of Harry’s Main Street Grille

It was a great parade. As with any great community effort, determining one particular “winner” in each category was so difficult because everyone; the performers, the parade crowd and the community were all winners. What a great way to ring-in a Westminster Christmas.

Best Float: Wish Group – The judges liked the white Christmas trees and the beautiful unique design of the float.

Best Vehicle: Gismos old Ford pickup was a crowd favorite. We liked the old antique car with the Christmas tree in the back. It reminded us of Christmases-past in Westminster.

Best Animal Entry: We really liked the Mason Dixon Bernese Mountain Dogs. They were cute and adorable, well behaved and we marveled at how they stayed in good order.

Just for Fun: Westminster Ridge: The float showed lots of hard work and thoughtfulness. They were enthusiastic and generous with the crowds.

Best Children’s Group: The Boys and Girls Club: They were so enthusiastic, energetic, and fun to watch. Besides, they did “double-dutch” jump rope right in front of the judges’ stand…

Best Walking Group: We really liked the Sugar Plum Fairies. The costumes were beautiful and they really brought visions of Christmases-past to mind. They also seemed to be having a really good time and were full of smiles.

Committee’s Choice: North Carroll Community School: We liked the costumes. They showed lots of effort, organization, and enthusiasm.

Honorable Mentions: 1. We really liked Silvia’s Acorn. Besides the fact that it was great car, we liked the cute costumes, especially the acorn hats.

2. We also liked the fabulous costumes great Christmas spirit and wonderful performance of the Monumental Drum and Fife Corps.

3. We would be remiss if we did not be sure to give an honorable mention to the great Christmas spirit and hospitality of Harry’s Main Street Grille.

[20081129 sdsom Westminster Christmas Parade judging]

Christmas, Westminster, Maryland, Carroll County, parade, holiday, Kevin Dayhoff

November 1, 2010 / ked

November 29, 2008 Westminster Christmas Parade judging sheet results

This years Westminster Christmas parade will be held November 27, 2010. City of Westminster Recreation & Parks Department HOLIDAY PARADE AND TREE LIGHTING CEREMONY - NOVEMBER 27 AT 5PM - Come celebrate the holiday season in Historic Westminster. Enjoy the seasonal sounds of the Westminster Municipal Band, sing carols, see the awarding of the Mayor's Cup and await the arrival of SANTA!

For some of the coverage of last year’s events, see:

http://kevindayhoff.blogspot.com/2010/10/this-years-westminster-md-christmas.html

That Holiday Glow by Katie Jones http://kevindayhoff.blogspot.com/2010/10/this-years-westminster-md-christmas.html

Below please find the judges’ results from the November 29, 2008 parade:

Christmas Parade judging sheet results

November 29, 2008 4 pm

Judging criteria: Enthusiasm; creativity; community; holiday spirit and theme.

Judges: Judy Clippart, Jen Mace, and Kevin Dayhoff

Judges’ stand courtesy of Harry’s Main Street Grille

It was a great parade. As with any great community effort, determining one particular “winner” in each category was so difficult because everyone; the performers, the parade crowd and the community were all winners. What a great way to ring-in a Westminster Christmas.

Best Float: Wish Group – The judges liked the white Christmas trees and the beautiful unique design of the float.

Best Vehicle: Gismos old Ford pickup was a crowd favorite. We liked the old antique car with the Christmas tree in the back. It reminded us of Christmases-past in Westminster.

Best Animal Entry: We really liked the Mason Dixon Bernese Mountain Dogs. They were cute and adorable, well behaved and we marveled at how they stayed in good order.

Just for Fun: Westminster Ridge: The float showed lots of hard work and thoughtfulness. They were enthusiastic and generous with the crowds.

Best Children’s Group: The Boys and Girls Club: They were so enthusiastic, energetic, and fun to watch. Besides, they did “double-dutch” jump rope right in front of the judges’ stand…

Best Walking Group: We really liked the Sugar Plum Fairies. The costumes were beautiful and they really brought visions of Christmases-past to mind. They also seemed to be having a really good time and were full of smiles.

Committee’s Choice: North Carroll Community School: We liked the costumes. They showed lots of effort, organization, and enthusiasm.

Honorable Mentions: 1. We really liked Silvia’s Acorn. Besides the fact that it was great car, we liked the cute costumes, especially the acorn hats.

2. We also liked the fabulous costumes great Christmas spirit and wonderful performance of the Monumental Drum and Fife Corps.

3. We would be remiss if we did not be sure to give an honorable mention to the great Christmas spirit and hospitality of Harry’s Main Street Grille.

[20081129 sdsom Westminster Christmas Parade judging]

Christmas, Westminster, Maryland, Carroll County, parade, holiday, Kevin Dayhoff

November 1, 2010 / ked

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