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Seen on Scene: At the Holiday Celebrations

Santa’s Electric Night Parade winners

Judges Choice

Star Wars, a One of a Kind Specialty Vehicle

Cheer/Drill Team

1. MOB

2. Sig Prep Cheer

Classic Car

1. Jingle Bell Broncos

2. Scorpion King

3. Clifford Classic Christmas

Color Guard/Drill Team

1. Eldorado High School

Commercial Vehicle

1. Angel Fire Department

2. Emergency Aid of Boulder City

3. Serv Pro

Dance

1. Dance Etc.

2. Class Act Dance & Gymnastics

3. Katie Kern Vocal Studios

Decorated Float

1. Boulder City RV

2. Santa’s Got A New Sleigh

3. International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers

Decorated Float, Business

1. Michael Haney

2. Fox Smokehouse BBQ

3. Desert Sun Realty

Decorated Float, Organization

1. Jessica Jones Blis

2. Elks Riders

3. Zelzah Shriners

Decorated Float, Political

1. Republican Women of Boulder City

High School Band

1. Boulder City High School

Individual Adult

1. Casimer Kusak

Motorized Group/Car Club

1. Vintage Friends and Families with Vintage Volkswagens

2. High Rollers Chapter of Vintage Motor Car Club of America

3. Brothers of the Third Wheel

Motorcycle/Scooter Group

1. Silver State Slingers

2. High Desert Drifters of Las Vegas

Mounted Unit

1. Tule Springs Fossil Beds, National Park Service

2. Boulder City High School Rodeo

One of a Kind Specialty Vehicle

1. Star Wars

2. Brambles and Buzzed

3. Red River Valley Fighter Pilot Association

Truck

1. Miss Nevada High School

2. Nevada Princesses

3. Boulder City Lions, Big Red

Van

1. Street Dogz

2. Air Patrol

Veterans

1. Veterans of Foreign Wars

Walking Group

1. Pogo Pass

Youth Float

1. Boulder City Bass Club

2. Boulder City Little League

3. 4-H Club

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