Everyone Loves a parade and freeze pops

Lilah Gross, 10, of Raleigh, N.C. and Ainsley Johnston, 5, of Philipsburg enjoy some free freeze pops while watching the annual Heritage Days Parade on Saturday

PHILIPSBURG — The Philipsburg Heritage Days committee has announced the winners of Saturday’s parade.

Best Appearing Ambulance: Mountain Township

Best Appearing First Responder Unit: Blazing Arrow

Best Appearing Brush Truck: 1st Mountain Top Fire Company; 2nd Winburne Fire Company

Best Appearing Light Rescue Truck: Columbia Fire Company

Best Appearing Aerial Apparatus: Morris Township

Best Appearing Tanker: 1st Morris Township, 2nd Chester Hill Fire Company

Best Appearing Engine, 1979 and older: Columbia Fire Company

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Best Appearing Engine 1980-1989: Chester Hill Hose.

Best Appearing Engine, 1990-1999 Mountain Top Fire Company

Best Appearing Engine 2000-2010, 1st Winburne Fire Company, 2nd Columbia Fire Company

Best Appearing Engine 2011-present, Winburne Fire Company

Oldest Motorized Apparatus: Columbia Fire Company 1972 Mack

Oldest Non-Motorized: Columbia Fire Company 1898 antique

Longest Distance Traveled: Blazing Arrow

Judges’ Award: Mountain Top Fire Company

Drum and Bugle Corps: Sonus Brass Theater

Best Senior High School Band: 1st Curwensville Senior High School, 2nd Moshannon Valley Black Knights.

Best Junior High Band: Curwensville Junior High

Best Appearing Bagpipes and Drums: Nittany Highland Pipe Band

Best Appearing Junior Baton Corps: 1st Daisies, 2nd Diamonettes

Best Appearing Senior Baton Corps: 1st Diamonettes, 2nd Nittany Dreamers

Best Appearing Organization Float: Front & Centre Productions

Best Appearing Business Float: Timberland Federal Credit Union

Best Appearing Children’s Float: MoValley Branch YMCA of Centre County

Best Appearing Church Float: New Life Center