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WINNERS GALORE IN HOLIDAY PARADE.

Byline: Daily News

LANCASTER - Lake Los Angeles Rural Town Council's float won the sweepstakes award in the Dec. 3 Christmas/Holiday Parade sponsored by the Antelope Valley Chambers of Commerce.

The Theme Award went to Christian Life Assembly, the Queen Trophy to Lancaster Elks Lodge 1625, the President Trophy to Girl Scout Troop 145 and Judges' Trophy to the Phun Time Cruisters car club.

Other awards included:

Antique auto - Model A Ford Club, first; Antelope Valley Bank, second. Antique auto group - Antelope Valley Region Antique Automobile Club, first; High Desert Cruisters, second.

Decorated auto - La Prensa Popular, first; Tony Molina, second; University of La Verne, third. Decorated auto group - Antelope Valley Corvette Club, first; Keller Williams Realty-Burton Team, second.

Specialized auto group - Antelope Valley Schools Transportation Agency, first; American Legion Riders, second; Antelope Valley MOPAR Club, third.

Cheerleaders - Cole Middle School, first; Amargosa Creek Middle School, second; Grace Lutheran School, third.

Color guard - Antelope Valley High School Navy Junior ROTC, first; Lancaster High School Air Force Junior ROTC, second; Littlerock High School Army Junior ROTC, third.

Dance group - Dance Magic, first; Antelope Valley Dance Studio '81, second; Paraclete High School, third. Drill team - Lancaster Unique Hi Steppers, first; Jackie Robinson Marching 2000, second; Hughes-Elizabeth Lake Unified School District, third.

Small float - American Legion Post 311, first; Lincoln Elementary School, second; Antelope Valley Boys and Girls Club, third. Large float - Cub Scout Pack 86, first; Cub Scout Pack 614, second; Grace Lutheran School, third.

Community queens - Antelope Acres, first; Agua Dulce, second; California City, third. March unit - Girl Scout Joshua Tree Council, first; Cub Scout Pack 67, second; Black Infant Health Program of Antelope Valley, third.

Miscellaneous - Antelope Valley Christian Center, first; Cub Scout Pack 614, second; Salvation Army, third.
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