Parade WinnersOctober 31,2012The Rutland City Recreation Department has announced the following award winners from this year’s Halloween Parade:
Superintendent’s Trophy, Most Original: Fabian’s Earth Moving
Mayor’s Trophy, Best in Parade: Proctor Jr./Sr. High School
Department Trophy, Most Creative: Benson Fire Department
Best Costumed Marching Band: Proctor Jr./Sr. High School
Best Costumed Marching Unit: Plaza Skatepark
Tom Fagan Award: All Season DJ Service
Runner-Up Superintendent’s Trophy, Most Original: Pyramid Holistic Wellness Center
Runner-Up Mayors Trophy, Best in Parade: Rutland City Fire Department
Runner-Up Department Trophy, Most Creative: Community College of Vermont
Runner-Up Best Costumed Marching Band: Rutland Town School
Runner-Up Best Costumed Marching Unit: Wunderland Pet Lodge
Honorable Mention: Long Trail School
Jack O’ Lantern: Saskia Hagen Groom
Pumpkin Queen: Leslie Hixon, Mill River Union High School
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