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Boogerwoods entry wins a first-place in Kannapolis parade

KANNAPOLIS — Boogerwoods for Cystic Fibrosis won first place among civic organizations in the Cannon Pharmacy Kannapolis Christmas Parade.

The Saturday parade kicked off with grand marshal Martha Earnhardt, followed by some 100 entries.

Parade entries were judged on originality, creativity and presentation in showcasing the theme of “Happy Holidays.”

Other winners were:

Civic organizations: Boy Scout Troop 254, second; Cub Scout Troop 254, third.

Churches: New Life Church of Jesus Christ, first; Living Water Church of God, second; The Refuge, third.

Schools: Cabarrus Vocational Opportunities, first; A.L. Brown Skills, Carpentry & Engineering and Rowan-Cabarrus Community College Student Life, tied for second place.

Bands: West Charlotte High School Band, first; A.L. Brown Marching Wonders, second; Concord High School Band, third.

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