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Corrigan Times - Local News

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Large crowd attends 2011 Winterfest

 

CORRIGAN -- The 2011 Winterfest that was held last Saturday was fi lled with a parade, entertainment, games, booths, food and much more. The parade was held on Hwy 59 for the fi rst time and was fi lled with fl oats, trucks, four wheelers, wagons, bikes and Santa Claus riding in on the Corrigan Volunteer Fire Department truck. The winners in the coloring contest (ages pre-k thru 2nd grade) -- 1st place -- Reagan Cole, 2nd place -- Selend Anastacio and 3rd place -- Kaylie Jacobs. In the poster contest (3rd grade thru 6th grade) the winners were -- 1st place -- Madie Flores, 2nd place Gracie Wilkinson, 3rd place -- Kade Elliott and Honorable Mention -- Myranda Mercado. In the junior high division (7th and 8th grade) the winners were -- 1st place Jessica Anastacio and 2nd place -- May Duran. In the high school division (9th thru 12th grades) -- 1st place -- Ann Marie Smalley, 2nd place -- Cullen Mezger and 3rd place -- Erika Guerrero. The winners in the parade were Wagon/Other -- Tony Cuevas (most creative), Battery Operated Vehicle -- Maddie Purvis (most festive award) and Phillip Dykes (most creative award). Bicycle (7 and under) - - Andrea Ramirez (most festive award) and Tanner Whittington (most creative award). Bicycle (8 to 12 years old) -- Maggie Ramirez (most festive award) and Tristan Cuevas (most creative award). ATV (12 years old and under) Molly Rayborn (most festive award) and Walker Camp (honorable mention), Addison and Kaylie Garcia (most creative award) and Izola Davis (honorable mention). ATV (over 12 years old) -- Citizens State Bank (most festive award) and Dustin Langston (most creative). In the fl oats division the Corrigan-Camden Primary School won most festive and Riley Wrecker won honorable mention. The First Baptist Church won most creative and Union Springs Missionary Baptist Church won honorable mention. More photos are on page 4 and 6.

 

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