This Santa “dropped in” for the Dec. 6 Encinitas Holiday Parade. Courtesy photo
This Santa “dropped in” for the Dec. 6 Encinitas Holiday Parade. Courtesy photo
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Awards go out for best of Encinitas Parade

 

ENCINITAS — This year’s Dec. 6 Encinitas Holiday Parade theme was “Droppin’ In for the Holidays,” and the Encinitas City Council, the Encinitas Holiday Parade Committee and the Parks and Recreation Department thank this year’s parade participants for a memorable evening and congratulate the winners.  Plenty of great pictures can be found in the Holiday Parade photo album on the city of Encinitas Facebook page at facebook.com/pages/City-of-Encinitas. The 2014 Encinitas Holiday Parade category winners are as follows:

— Best Use of Theme –
first place: Magdalena Ecke Family YMCA Redhawk Nation;

second: Hansen Surfboards;
third: Nixon Watches


Best Use of Lights –
first: Encinitas Rotary Club;
second: Encinitas Country Day School; third: Encinitas Main Street 101


Best Spirit
– first: Magdalena Ecke Family YMCA Redhawk Nation;

second:  Magdalena Ecke Family YMCA Wildcat Nation;
third, Santa Claus
— Best Children’s Group –
first: Magdalena Ecke Family YMCA Redhawk Nation;

second: Magdalena Ecke Family YMCA Wildcat Nation; third: Encinitas Ballet


Best Performance
– first: Mira Costa College; second: Encinitas Ballet

third: All Star Dance


Best Marching Band –
first: San Dieguito Academy;
second: Ada Harris Elementary “Wildcat Band;”
third: Oak Crest Middle School
— Most Unusual –
first: Aaron Willcox Photography; second: Nixon Watches;
third: Horizon Christian Fellowship

— Best Overall –
first: Magdalena Ecke Family YMCA Redhawk Nation;

second: Hansen Surfboards; third:  Magdalena Ecke Family YMCA Wildcat Nation

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