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Metcalfe County Parade winners announced

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From Gaye Shaw, Edmonton/Metcalfe County Chamber Executive Director

The winners of the Metcalfe County Christmas Parade, held Saturday, December 9, 2017 are:
Business: 1st - Metcalfe County Schools. 2nd - Goode's Garage. 3rd - Charlie's Shop
Schools: 1st - Metcalfe County Elementary Jr. Beta Club. 2nd - Metcalfe County Middle School 4-H. 3rd - Metcalfe County Middle School 21st Century Choir
Civic: 1st - North Metcalfe Volunteer Fire Department. 2nd - Glasgow Shrine Club
Church: 1st - Cedar Flat Cumberland Presbyterian Church
Family/Friends : 1st - Ivan Wright Farms. 2nd - Oline Nieves
Vehicle: 1st - Steve's Muffler. 2nd - Mid Kentucky Car Club. 3rd - Big Meadow Oil Mules/Gators: 1st Courtney Acree. 2nd - Bill & Chris Lagermann
Miscellaneous: 1st -Junior Caffee
The Metcalfe County Christmas Parade would not be possible without the contributions from very generous sponsors:


This year's parade sponsored by Carhartt, Jeffries Auto Salvage, Herb Sparks, Mary Shive, Edmonton State Bank, Carol Chaney, Tommy Garrett, Howard Garrett, Miller Family Dentist, Michael Welsh, Cave Hill Motel, Metcalfe County Schools, Metcalfe Health Care Center, Curtis Estes, Wall Works, and Kenny Scott.

The Edmonton Metcalfe County Chamber of Commerce thanks everyone who contributed and participated!


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2018 Edmonton Christmas Parade: Achilles' dream came true



2017-12-10 - Edmonton, KY - Photo by Chris Lagermann.
The theme of this year's parade was "Dreams Do Come True" and Miss Kentucky, Edmonton native Molly Matney was the Grand Marshall. Our Great Pyrenees, Achilles rode in the parade for the first time and his dream was to meet Molly. His dream came true! (The sign on the Mule says "My dream is to meet Miss Kentucky. Hope my dream comes true!" Our Mule came in Second in its division. Achilles was a huge hit with the kids. My favorite comment from the kids at the parade was "Look, its a polar bear!" - CHRIS LAGERMANN. Paired Photo

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2018 Edmonton Christmas Parade: Achilles, Bill, & Miss KY



2017-12-10 - Edmonton, KY - Photo by Chris Lagermann.
Above Bill Lagermann, Miss Kentucky Molly Matney and Achilles. The theme of this year's parade was "Dreams Do Come True" and Miss Kentucky, Edmonton native Molly Matney was the Grand Marshall. Our Great Pyrenees, Achilles rode in the parade for the first time and his dream was to meet Molly. His dream came true! - CHRIS LAGERMANN. Paired Photo

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