Photos by Misty Benham/mistybenhamphoto.net
The North Kaibab Express, created by the Arizona Department of Corrections-Winslow Complex, earned the Sweepstakes Award as the top entry in the Winslow Christmas Parade, held Nov. 23. For more photos from the 67th annual parade.
The Last Train to Hopiland won the Float/Youth Division. Riding on the float were Hopi Day School royalty, including Princess Kimmale Anderson (left), Brave Irv Yellow (right), and (not pictured) First Attendant Rose Honanie and Second Attendant Kayla Johnson.
Dilcon Community JROTC won the Walking Division.
The Chai Bii’ Tu’ Crown Dance group won the Dance Group Division.
McDonald’s Ronald McDonald entry won the Float/Commercial Division.
The Tuba City High School royalty won the Vehicle Division.
Santa arrived atop a Winslow fire truck, just in time for the parade.
This tank created in memory of SP/4 Tony Begay won the military division of the Winslow Christmas Parade. It was created by the Tsidi Toii Veterans Organization.
The Polar Express entry, created by the Winslow Indian Health Care Center, won the City Award.
The Little Colorado Medical Center earned the Judges’ Award for this entry, the LCMC Express.
Miss Navajo County Kylie Koerperich waves to the crowd along the parade route.
Arizona Public Service Co.-Cholla Power Plant won the Mayor’s Award for this colorful entry following the 67th annual parade’s theme, All Aboard! Christmas on the Holiday Express.
The Winslow High School Marching Band earned honors as the top band in the Winslow Christmas Parade.
The Potter’s House Christmas Express won the Float/Non-Profit Division.