AND, THE WINNERS ARE….

Best of Show:  Excelsior Middle School/SuckerPunch

Directors Choice Award:  All Gods Children School

Best School:  Timber Point Elementary

Spirit Award:  Byron-Delta Lions Club (pictured here)

Best of Theme:  Excelsior Middle School

Most Creative:  Discovery Bay Lions Club

Best Participation:  The Academy & Discovery Bay Preschool

Audience Appreciation Award:  Heritage High School Drum Line

Best Kids Group:  Discovery Bay Elementary

Best Vehicle Group:  Friends of El Dorado National Forest Offroad Vehicles

Best Band:  Liberty High School Drum Line

Best Commercial Float:   Animal Nannies

Best Dance or Cheer:  Expressions Dance Academy

Best Lights:  1940’s Fire Engine

Best Music:  Excelsior Middle School

Best New Entry:  Brentwood 4-H Club

Honorable Mentions:   St. Anne’s Teen Ministry, Discovery Bay Corvette Club, Delta Darlings Equestrian group, Special Kids Foundation

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Thanks to Bill Klipp for sharing his great photo album from the 2010 Discovery Bay Parade of Lights!  ( use the link below)… http://www.pbase.com/wkimages/discovery_bay_parade_of_lights

THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS:  

Delta Sun TimesDiscovery Bay Lions ClubDB Chamber of Commerce    John Muir Health – Pierce Chiropractic – Eskaton Lodge – Cathie Marples – Straw Hat Pizza – Bill Brandt Ford – Contra Costa County Sheriff & Discovery Bay Resident Deputies – Mann & Associates – KD Promotional Specialties – Aladino’s

Additional thanks to:

Emcees:  Glenn Sparks & Erin Pellaton

Judges:  Greg Spivak, Rick Cranston, Cathie Marples, Mike Guzzardo, Penny Dove, Marla Luckhardt & Shelly Lichlyter.

Grand Marshal:  Virgil Koehne

Parade Captain & Director:  Rick Pierce & Amanda Dove

Chamber of Commerce Preseident Rita Caruso

Set-Up / Clean-Up:   Chris Steele, Virgil Koehne, Kurt Schneider, and the Dove Family.

And….  to ALL of our 2010 Volunteers and Parade Participants…   Thank You!

By Delta Sun Times

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