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Large crowd for Jamboree Parade & Pageant

Highlands Rotary Club lead the parade down Main Street. Winners for the parade are: Overall best of theme- ZXP;  Best School Spirit- HJS Marching Band; Best Commercial entry- Prince’s Rollerrink; Best; Non-Commercial Entry- Team Texas Special Needs Softball; Best Classic or Antique car – Constable Eagleton’s Cruiser; Best Modified or Race car – Car #5.

HIGHLANDS – One of the largest crowds in recent years turned out last Saturday for the 63rd Annual Jamboree Parade, Pageant and Fair. In spite of the fact that the event list had trimmed off the 5K Run/ Walk, and the Classic Car Show, nevertheless the Little Mr. and Miss Highlands show, the food booths, and crafts booths remained very popular all day.

The Fair followed the parade at 10 am, which also had a larger number of units, some with great imagination for the theme: “Celebrate Highlands.”

Next Saturday the Highlands Horizons will hold the Miss Highlands Pageant at the Junior School.

Highlands Jamboree Children’s Pageant contestants pictured with Miss Highlands 2018 Kaitlyn Rolin and Pageant Assistant Haley Maxey. Children are listed left to right: Karsen Dennis, Lillian Wilson, Jayden Boenker, Hadlie Skinner, Brynn Darlington, Tenley Thomas, Rylan Thomas, Grady Thomas, Kendra Earls, Avery Schoor, Aubrey Chandler, Aubrey Bingham, Juliana Zaruba, Cheyenne Trail, Adalei Arambula, Weston Walker, Harlie Skinner, Rylynn Furgeson, Teh-ya Mckee, Kaisin Trail, Kynlee Moravee, Karsyn Clamon, Madison Vittur. Proceeds from the pageant benefit Highlands 4-H club.

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