Prescott Veterans Day Parade Winners

The winners of the Prescott Veterans Day Parade have been announced.

This year’s theme was “Honoring Hometown Heroes – Remembering World War I 1914-1918”.  The parade took place in downtown Prescott on November 10, 2018. With eighty-six (86) entries, awards were given to the best entry in seven (7) categories: Fraternal Organization, Hospital, Marching Unit, Motorized Group, Music and Non-Profit, as well as an award for Best Overall.

The 2018 Veterans Day Parade winning entries are as follows:

  • Fraternal/Military Organization: Prescott High School Air Force JROTC
  • Hospital Entries by Veterans: Northern Arizona VA Women’s Health Program
  • Marching Unit: Ernest A. Love American Legion Post 6 Honor Guard
  • Motorized Group: Korean War Veterans (Ed Reeves Chapter 311, Prescott)
  • Music: The Pride of Prescott Marching Band
  • Non-Profit: The Prescott Antique Auto Club
  • Commercial Business: Arizona Public  Service (APS)
  • Best Overall: Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Air Force ROTC, Detachment 028

The City of Prescott would like to thank all those who participated as well as the community partners that helped to sponsor this year’s parade, including Arizona Public Service (APS), Affinity RV, Barrett Propane, Dorn Homes, Lamb Auto Group, Northern Arizona VA Health Care System and Safeway.

For more information, please contact the Recreation Services Department at 928-777-1552.

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  • John Heiney
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