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Patriotic parade: Which floats made the Truckee crowds uhhh and ahhh? (with video)

Truckees July 4th parade, Wednesday, showcased 70 entrants ranging from The Used Subaru Brigade to Play Date Preschool and School Age.This years parade was themed High Sierra Treasure and featured many floats showcasing pirates and treasures.The winners of the best floats and costumes represent a wide variety of businesses and organizations.Truckee celebrity Pattie Brooke, winner of the Good Morning America Dancing Moms competition, was recognized for her efforts and contributions to Truckee and was given the Key to the Town by Mayor Richard Anderson at the parade.Here are Wendnesdays winners: Best of Show Hooping Hooligans Commercial Open First Place- Truckee Travel Second Place- Mountain Hardware Third Place- Resort at Squaw Creek Open First Place- Truckee River Drill Team Second Place- Master Flagger Third Place- The Flatlanders Youth Group First Place- Play Date Preschool and School Age Second Place- Truckee Drill Team Third Place- Sierra Mountain Middle School Non-Profit First Place- Truckee Donner Horsemen Second Place- KidZone Third Place- Truckee Girl Scouts Classic Auto First Place- The Used Subaru Brigade Second Place- Carpet Busters Civic Group First Place- Civil Air Patrol Second Place- Truckee Optimists Third Place- Town of TruckeeCheck out our video coverage of the Truckee Fourth of July parade below:


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