Jefferson County 4-H Parade winners announced

Maddie MillerWinners of the Jefferson County 4-H Fair Parade have been announced by Geri Metzger, chairwoman of the event for the Valley Falls Chamber of Commerce.

Civic floats: Valley Falls Lions Club, 1st; Valley Falls Recreation Commission, 2nd; Jefferson County Humane Society, 3rd.

Business floats: Denison State Bank, 1st; Kendall State Bank, 2nd; Meriden Candle Shop, 3rd.

4-H club floats: Prosperity, 1st; Winchester, 2nd; Crackerjacks, 3rd.

Churches: Calvary Baptist, 1st; St. Theresa’s, 2nd; Ozawkie United Methodist Youth, 3rd.

Decorated bicycles, 4 and under: Alyssa Barbery, 1st.

Decorated bicycles, 5 and over: Mattie Mille, 1st.

Oldest tractor: 1930 Massey Harris, Brandon Long, Valley falls.

Tractor coming the farthest: 1943 B John Deere, Jerry Seifert, Leavenworth.

Oldest classic car: 1921 Model T Ford, Webster Shields, Winchester.

Classic car coming the fartherest: 1970 Oldsmobile 98 convertible, Keith Wolfenbarger, Whiting.

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