SLIDE SHOW: Rotary Christmas Parade

Here's a photographic slide show, plus the parade results, from the Rotary Christmas Parade in downtown Chilliwack.

New to the Rotary Parade this year



The 2014 Rotary Christmas Parade saw 68 entries cruise through the streets of downtown Chilliwack on Dec. 6, 2014.

The warm, but wet, weather didn’t dampen anyone’s spirits as thousands lined the streets to watch colourful, glowing, and musical floats drift past them.

Here are the results from the 2014 Rotary Christmas Parade which took place Saturday, Dec. 6 in downtown Chilliwack.

Best Overall – sponsored by 89.5 The Drive1. Mt. Slesse Middle School2. Fantasy Farms3. Foreman Equipment

Best School – sponsored by the Rotary Clubs of Chilliwack1. Mt. Slesse Middle School2. University of the Fraser Valley Faculty of Applied & Technical Studies3. Sardis Secondary School

Best Non-Profit – sponsored by Prospera Credit Union1. Chilliwack Society for Community Living2. Chilliwack Lions Club3. Chilliwack Chapter Vintage Car Club of Canada

Corporate Large – sponsored by The Progress1. London Drugs2. Tycrop Manufacturing3. Shaw Cable Systems

Corporate Small – sponsored by Shaw TV1. Foreman Equipment2. Holiday Trails RV Resorts3. Bulldog Decks

Agriculture/Livestock – sponsored by Alliance Truss1. Fantasy Farms2. Pine Meadows Tree Farms3. Caliber Equipment

Best Entertainment – sponsored by Star 98.3 and Sonic 107.51. Chilliwack Lions Club

Best Vehicle – sponsored by Murray Chilliwack1. Louie’s Automotive2. Chilliwack Golf and Country Club3. Chilliwack Chiefs

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