Berlin Christmas Parade Results

BERLIN — The Berlin Lions Club’s 41st Annual Christmas Parade was held last Thursday. Here are the results by category.

(BULLET)Adult Sponsored Floats: River Church of the Nazarene, first place; Maryland Coastal Bays Program, second; and Son Rise Church, third.

(BULLET)Youth Sponsored Floats: Beary Best, first; Stevenson United Methodist Church, second; and Assateague Coast Kids, third.

(BULLET)School Sponsored Floats: Berlin Intermediate, first; Ocean City Elementary, second; and Buckingham Elementary, third.

(BULLET)Equestrian: 4 Step Therapeutic Riding Club, first.

(BULLET)Youth Performing: OC STARS of Ocean City Elementary, first; Stephen Decatur High’s Show Choir, second; and Around Sound Music, third.

(BULLET)Commercial Floats: Frontier Town, first; Harrison Group, second; and Trimper’s Rides, third.

(BULLET)Motorcycles: United Riders, first; William Whaley, second; and Md. Eastern Shore Ruff Riders, third.

(BULLET)Vehicle Club: East Coast Reject Car & Truck Club, first.

(BULLET)Antique Cars: Wainwright’s 1970 M35 6×6, first; Chris Eschenburg’s Farm Truck, second; and Fager’s Panel Truck. Third.

School Marching Bands: Snow Hill High, first; Pocomoke High, second; and Stephen Decatur High, third.

(BULLET)Adult Marching Unit: Somerset County Sheriff’s Honor Guard, first; Prince Hall Shrines, second; and Lower Shore Chapter of Red Cross, third.

(BULLET)Youth Marching Unit: Girl Scout Troops #835, first; Worcester County Technical School-Skills, second; and Worcester County Technical School-Future Business of America, third.

(BULLET)Fire Departments: Snow Hill, first; Parsonsburg, second; and Powellville, third.
(BULLET)ROTC: Snow Hill High, first; Pocomoke High, second; and Stephen Decatur High, third.

(BULLET)Crowned Youth: Little Ms & Little Mr. Peach, first; Miss & Little Ms Jr. Women’s Club of Pocomoke City, second; and Miss & Little Miss Worcester County Farm Bureau, third.

About The Author: Steven Green

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The writer has been with The Dispatch in various capacities since 1995, including serving as editor and publisher since 2004. His previous titles were managing editor, staff writer, sports editor, sales account manager and copy editor. Growing up in Salisbury before moving to Berlin, Green graduated from Worcester Preparatory School in 1993 and graduated from Loyola University Baltimore in 1997 with degrees in Communications (journalism concentration) and Political Science.