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Monday, August 27, 2018

Parade Winners Honored at City Council Meeting

Mayor Eric Haas congratulates Chuck Keller, who picked up the first place Most Original award for the Fort Thomas Forest Conservancy.
By Robin Gee, City Council Beat Editor 

Perhaps all Fort Thomas residents who braved record breaking heat to attend this year’s Fort Thomas Independence Day Parade deserve kudos but city council singled out a few participants who deserve special honors for their creativity and enthusiasm at the event.

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At the August city council meeting, Mayor Eric Haas handed out awards to seven groups whose parade contingents represented the best of Fort Thomas’ pride.

The Fort Thomas Education Foundation’s entry receive first place for best reflection of the parade theme, "Imagining Our Next 150 Years."

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Some of the recipients were on hand at the meeting to receive their awards.

The Syrian Shrine of Cincinnati received third place for Most Entertaining.

Abby H. accepted the third place award for Most Original for Dance Realm

Alex Harrison, a senior at Highlands High accepted the first place Most Entertaining award for Commonwealth Artists Summer Theater.
For the complete list of winners, see Fort Thomas Independence Day Parade Winners.

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