Community Parade Goes Back 2 the Future

Milford Community Parades, Inc., organizers of Milford’s annual fall parade, hosted this year’s event with the theme ‘Back 2 The Future’. An event that has been a Milford tradition since 1939, the Milford Community Parade marches through Walnut Street of Milford, encompassing 1.7 miles stretching from South to North, through beautiful and scenic downtown Milford. This year’s festivities are scheduled to occur on Wednesday evening, October 21, 2015.

 

Photo Taken By Kevin Eickman

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2015 Milford Community Parade Results

This year’s winners were:
Business Floats

1st-Command Automation

2nd-Westside Restaurant

3rd– Mr. Bar-B-Que

4th-Weller’s Utility Trailers

5th-Burke Equipment

6th-Jack Ennis Custom Lawn Service

 

Civic Float over 18

1st– Dirt Road Patriots

2nd– Water’s Edge Patriots

3rd– 33rd Representative District

 

 

School Class Float

1st– Kids First Academy

2nd– Agriculture Through The Years

3rd-Milford Pop Warner Cheer/Football

Marching Unit 

1st– Cub Scout Pack 186

 

BANDS: 

Junior Division   4

Central Middle School – Division Winner

 Senior Division 1

North Caroline

Stephen Decatur

 POLYTECH

Senior Division 2

Dover High School

Washington HS

Senior Division 3

1st– Interboro High School

Senior Division 4

1st-Smyrna HS

2nd– Sussex Technical High School

 

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