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Old Home Week Parade

July 1, 2012

Josh (left) and Frank (driving) Wachob are shown driving an original 1948 American LaFrance fire engine 700 series in Saturday's Old Home Week parade. This apparatus originally belonged to the Punxsutawney Central Fire Department.Check out our photo gallery for more pics. (Photo by Larry McGuire/The Punxsutawney Spirit)

Old Home Week Parade winners

Best equipped and appearing pumpers
• 1750 gpm or more: Clearfield.
• 1250 gpm to 1500 gpm: McCalmont, first; Ringgold, second.
• Under 1250 gpm: Sigel, first; Glen Campbell, second.
• Rescue: Ringgold.
• Aerial: Black Lick.
• Tanker: Glen Campbell.
• EMS unit: Sigel.
• Brush Truck: Jay Township, first; Sandy Township, second.
• Oldest Motorized Fire Apparatus: Glen Campbell.
• Judges’ Choice Award: Mahaffey.

Other categories
• Bikes: Breanna Delanne, Skyler Garzoni.
• High School Bands: West Branch, first; Marion Center, second.
• Drum and Bugle Corp: Keystone.
• Floats — non commercial: 9/10 Girls All Stars, first; ARC, second; Freedom Fighters, third.
• Sr. Baton: New Horizons, first; Clymer Firettes, second.
• Jr. Baton: New Horizons, first; Clymer Firettes, second.
• Performance Unit: I-Peds Trike Team, first; Reynoldsville Theater Group, second.
• Jr. Drill Team: KLA Cheerleaders.
• Walking Unit: Daughters of the American Revolution, first; Family Day Care, second.

• Tuesday: $200 gift card to Sheetz donated by a friend of the Punxsy Fire Department: DeeDee Moore, winner.

• Wednesday: $250 gift certificate to Mahoning Valley Milling donated by Mahoning Valley Milling: Pat Elbel, winner.

• Thursday: $300 gift certificate to CRW donated by Tim and Cindy Chambers: Jason Aharrah, winner.

• Friday: $250 gift certificate to County Market donated by Tim Fezell: Fonda Knox, winner.

• Saturday: $449 La-Z-Boy recliner donated by Johnston Furniture, (Jay Philliber, owner): Patty Penman, winner.

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