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7/4/06

4th On Broadway Parade Winners

Best of Show Commercial

1st Place - PlainsCapital Bank
2nd Place - McDougal Properties
3rd Place - AT&T

Best of Show Non-Commercial

1st Place - Ballet Folklorico Nuestra Herencia
2nd Place - Veteran's of Foreign War Post 2466
3rd Place - St. Paul's Historic Church

Best Walking Group

1st Place - Tech Terrace UNIT Neighborhood Association
2nd Place - TexStar Cheer & Dance
3rd Place - Carl Graham

Best Children's Group

1st Place - Raider Xtreme
2nd Place - Brownie Girl Scout Troop 891
3rd Place - Guadalupe-Parkway Neighborhood Centers

Best Animal Group

1st Place - Hockley County Sheriff's Posse
2nd Place - Humane Society of West Texas: Lubbock Pet Project
3rd Place - C.C. Riders

Best Display of Music - 36th Infantry Division Band

Best Decorated Broadway Merchant - JQT Photographers

Best Decorated Vendor Booth - My Father's House

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