to the winners!
SHOW LOW, Ariz. (December 3, 2018) – Those who braved the
evening chill on Dec. 1 were treated to the sights and sounds of Show Low’s
annual Christmas Light Parade. This year’s parade featured the theme, “Wild
West Christmas,” with floats from local businesses, non-profits and families.
The judges have tallied their votes and are pleased to announce the following
Judges’ Choice – Northland Pioneer College (winning a $150
Best Display of Shine – City of Show Low Parks and
Recreation/Public Works (winning $100)
Best Use of Theme – Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day
Saints (winning $100)
Congratulations to the winners, with the judges acknowledging it was not
an easy choice. Judging this year’s parade entries were Show Low Councilman
Rennie Crittenden, Clair Thomas (executive director of the Show Low Historical
Society Museum) and Michelle and Calvin Dumas (Show Low Chamber of Commerce).
The City of Show Low thanks the volunteers, public safety agencies and
organizations that made this annual parade safe and successful.