2018 Parade Winners:
Tuesday, December 11, 2018
Best appearing marching group- North caroline high school marching band
Best appearing antique/classic vehicle- 1987 john deere Ford rollback with a 1920 john deere Waterloo boy. Owned by Bill and Gail Towers, driven by Tommy Blockston
Best appearing non-commercial float- 1st place- Greensboro Lions Club, 2nd place- Troop 1121 girl scouts.
Best appearing little Mr. Fire chief- Eli Jarboe- Ridgely fire department
Best appearing little Miss fire prevention- Emily Buckius- Ridgely fire department
Best appearing Jr Miss/Miss fire prevention- 1st place- Queen Alexis Smith, 2nd place- Jr miss Dylan Rampmeyer- both from Ridgely fire department
Best appearing antique fire truck- Harrington fire company- 1931 Engine #2
Best appearing pumper truck- 1st place- Harrington fire company Enging 50-4, 2nd place- Felton community fire company Engine 48-3
Best appearing tower/ladder- Baltimore city truck 29. Owner Daly Corcoran.
Best over all appearing fire company- Harrington fire company
Judges award- Greensboro police department
Thank you to everyone who participated in the parade and lighting of the city. Thank you to all our volunteers. Awards can be picked starting tomorrow at town of Greensboro.