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SELAH PARADE DIVISIONS
VEHICLE DIVISIONS REQUIRE INSURANCE
FLOAT DIVISIONS - Any motorized vehicle, or trailer pulled by a motorized vehicle, that is designed, decorated or modified. Specifically to participate in parades or similar events.
CIVIC FLOAT - Any float sponsored by an organization to promote specific cities, regional areas or events. Examples might include those sponsored by a chamber of commerce or community festival organization.
YOUTH FLOAT - Any Float sponsored by a nonprofit organization who's programs and membership is limited to youth under the age of 18. Examples might include Boy/Girl Scouts, Campfire or church youth organizations.
ADULT FLOAT - Any float sponsored by a nonprofit organization who's programs and membership is not limited to youth under the age of 18. Examples might include RSVP, Kiwanis or churches.
COMMERCIAL FLOAT - Any float promoting any business, product or enterprise regardless of sponsorship. This division requires a $50.00 entry fee.
COMMERCIAL FLEET VEHICLE - Any motorized vehicle that's used or designed, for routine business purposes. The vehicle is designed and decorated to promote a business, product or enterprise. Any vehicle bearing a business name, logo, slogan, etc, is a commercial vehicle. This division requires a $50.00 entry fee
COMMERCIAL SPECIALTY VEHICLE - Any motorized vehicle designed, modified or reconditioned for parade and/or demonstration purposes. The decorated vehicle is entered to promote any business, product or enterprise. Any vehicle bearing a business name,logo, slogan, etc, is a commercial vehicle. This division requires a $50.00 entry fee.
COMMERCIAL VEHICLE - Any vehicle promoting a business, product or enterprise. That just has the name of the business on it. Unless the vehicle can be judged in another divisionsThis division will not be judged, but requires a $50.00 entry fee.
ANTIQUE VEHICLE - Any individual motorized vehicle that was manufactured before 1940. It has been maintained or restored to its original design and condition. Original or similar replacement parts were used in its restoration.
CLASSIC VEHICLE - Any motorized vehicle manufactured after 1940. The has been maintained or restored to its original design and condition. Original or similar replacement parts must have been used in its restoration.
CUSTOM VEHICLE - Any motor vehicle that has been modified in appearance, design or performance from its original production standards.
ROYALTY VEHICLE - Any motorized vehicle not qualifying as a float carrying royalty that is representing a community, organization or event. Examples might include Lower Valley Junior Princess, Northwest America Pageant.
OTHER VEHICLE - Any motorized vehicle which does not qualify for any other parade division or category. Volkswagens will be included in this division.
GOVERNMENT VEHICLE- Any motorized vehicle sponsored by, and representing any federal, state, or municipal jurisdiction agency, department or district, including military. Examples might include police, fire or D.A.R.E. vehicles.
COMMERCIAL - Any entry promoting a business, product or enterprise which does not qualify in the float or vehicle division. Examples might include a company mascot or an equestrian unit entered to promote a business, product or enterprise. This division requires a $50.00 entry fee.
EQUESTRIAN AND ANIMAL DIVISIONS REQUIRE A CERTIFICATE OF INSURANCE
(SEE A EXAMPLE OF THE CERTIFICATE HERE)
EQUESTRIAN ENTRY'S MUST ALSO PROVIDE THEIR OWN CLEAN UPCREWS!
PLEASE FILL OUT THE SUPER POOPER SCOOPER FORM HERE!
EQUESTRIAN ROYALTY - Any royalty, either individual or court, representing a community, regional area or event that riding horses.
INDIVIDUAL EQUESTRIAN - Any individual riding, or otherwise accompanying, any horse, pony or mule.
GROUP EQUESTRIAN - Any group of two or more individuals. that are riding, or otherwise accompanying any horses, ponies and mules.
BUGGY/WAGON TEAM - Any vehicle propelled by one or more horse, pony, mule or other animal.
ANIMAL - Any entry which contains one or more live animals.That does not qualify in any of the equestrian divisions. Examples might include Dog Gone K-9s or a llama farm.
SCHOOL BAND - Any group of students who play musical instruments, and are sponsored or recognized by a public or private school. Divisions include High School AAA, AA, A/B, Middle School and Jr. Hi Schools. The bands should be in the staging area no later than 9:00. Check in at the table in the Junior High School Parking Lot then move out into the staging area, we tell where to go. The Judges are on the announcer trailer in the Selah Lights parking lot right before the 1st stoplight. The Bands need to be playing as they go by them to get a good place in the judging.
SCHOOL DRILL TEAM - Any group of students who perform any march and/or dance maneuvers along the parade route and who are sponsored by a recognized public or private school. Divisions include AAA, AA, A/B and Middle or Junior High schools.
YOUTH MARCHING - Any group of two or more youth who's membership and programs are limited to youth under the age of 18 who March or Dance etc. in the parade route in formation.
ADULT MARCHING - Any group of two or more individuals who's membership and programs are the age of 18 or older who March or Dance etc. in the parade route in formation.
YOUTH & ADULT WALKING - This division will not be judged. Any group or individual that walks the parade route and are not in formation.
NOVELTY - Any entry that does not qualify in any of the divisions. But has crowd appeal. Examples might be Clowns, Jugglers, Motorized Drill Team or Band and Drill Teams that are not sponsored by schools.
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