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The Aug. 14 parade will feature community displays and participating organizations.

PMG PHOTO: ANNA DEL SAVIO - 2020 Columbia County Fair and Rodeo Queen Jessica Lincoln participates in a parade on May 9, 2020, through Scappoose.It's a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity!

Doesn't your group or organization want to participate in the only Centennial Parade for Scappoose in your lifetime? It's good fun and a great way to promote your organization or club to the greater community.

Join grand marshals Cliff and Wanda Bauer and Frank Weber on Saturday, Aug. 14, for a morning of civic pride. Local broadcasting legend Melinda Bernert will be announcing the parade for everyone to enjoy along the route. Individuals, homemade floats, flat beds, farm equipment — whatever you want to show, all are welcome.

The Scappoose Centennial Parade theme is "Embracing the Future." Everyone is welcome.

Suggested entries include, but not limited to:

• 4-H and Scouting groups

• Antique/classic/muscle cars and vehicles

• Bicycle groups

• Business/commercial entities

• Canine groups (please carry animal waste bags for use on the parade route)

• Decorated trailers or trucks

• Equestrian units and individuals (please provide a pooper scooper)

• Musical groups

• Sports organizations

• Street performance

• Walking/dancing/gymnastic troupes

The parade starting point (staging area) is in the field north of Veterans Park on EJ Smith Road. Oversize vehicles will stage at the open field north of the fire station.

Staging will begin at 9 a.m. for the 11 a.m. start time.

The parade route is approximately 1 mile long, traveling along First Street, then down Maple Street, circling the lower field at Scappoose Middle School, ending at the parking lot adjacent to the tennis courts.

Please complete the registration form at scappoose100.com/parade in order to assist organizers in having a smooth parade day. Show your local pride and enter today.

— Submitted by the Scappoose Centennial Committee


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