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Fri, Nov. 15

Flying high at Prescott Valley Days: Festival continues today

Cheryl Hartz/Courtesy photo<br>
The Bradshaw Mountain High School Drumline won first place in the Color Guard & Marching Units category.

Cheryl Hartz/Courtesy photo<br> The Bradshaw Mountain High School Drumline won first place in the Color Guard & Marching Units category.

John Agan, chairman of the Prescott Valley Days Parade, announced the winning entries from Saturday's event as follows:

• Commercial - first place, Learning Castle Children's Center; second place, Moyers Heating & Cooling Inc.

Church - first place, The Junction Christian Fellowship Church; second place, First Southern Baptist Church of Prescott Valley.

Youth - first place, Prescott Valley Youth Football & Cheer Association; second place, Bradshaw Mountain High School Cheerleaders.

Civic/Nonprofit - : first place, Good Samaritan Society of Prescott Valley; second place: Prescott Regulators & Their Shady Ladies, Inc.

Custom/Classic Vehicles - first place, Mile High Tractor & Engine Club; second place, 89A Dental Care.

Color Guard & Marching Units first place, Bradshaw Mountain High School Drumline; second place, Copper State Detachment Marine Corp League/Central Arizona Young Marines.

Prescott Valley Days continues today with a 5:45 a.m. hot air balloon launch (weather permitting); a tractor show & pull at 9.a.m.; aerobatic demonstrations by Barry Fast RC Park at the Entertainment District, also starting at 9 a.m.; an arts and crafts sale beginning 10 a.m. at Tim's Toyota Center; and Frazier Shows carnival and games at Tim's Toyota Center starting at 2 p.m.

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