Cumberland Victoria Day parade a big success

It was a successful schedule of events for the annual Victoria Day celebrations in Cumberland.

The committee  thanks the volunteers who put in endless hours – from the cinch tournament on May 14 to the Fashion Show, Market Day, and the park activities culminating with the parade and crowning of the May Queen on May 23. Cumberland was the place to be. A big thank you to all the participants and entries in the parade, the volunteers and the Village of Cumberland Public Works who helped make it all happen.

The committee  also thanks the parade judges for making the hard decisions and choosing the following to be parade prize recipients:

Floats

1st Prize – Comox Valley Athletic Association

2nd Prize – The Comox Valley Farmers Market

3rd Prize – Comox Valley Prostrate Cancer Support Group

 

 

Best Group/Organization

1st Prize – Hand-In-Hand Early Years Nature PreSchool

2nd Prize – Coal Hills BMX Club

3rd Prize – UROC

 

 

Best Overall

Cumberland Community Forest Society

 

 

Honorable Mention to the Cumberland Museum and Archives

 

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