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Thousands of spectators gathered downtown on a perfect fall Saturday morning for the 2017 Andy Devine Days Parade, in which a thousand others participated.

 

Featured were Mohave County high school marching bands, a vintage military convoy, politicians and the politically inclined, gymnasts, folks on horseback, first responders and two grand marshals who were honored for actions taken to save a child’s life. We had mascots and Jeep tricks. We had Scouts and our Native American neighbors and k9 officers and a ton of candy was tossed to children.

The Best Float went to the Boys and Girls Club of Kingman, making this week one to remember for Bill Ward, the club’s executive director who was named Citizen of the Year for his successes Monday at the Andy Devine Days Dinner at Beale Celebrations.

Here’s a photographic gallery to enjoy. All photos by Doug McMurdo/The Standard

 

Kingman firefighter and Andy Devine Days Parade Co-Grand Marshal Tim Sloan.

 

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A representative of the Hualapai Nation Youth Council.

 

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A boy, Max Stapleton, and his dog, Henry.

 

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To protect and shake once in a while,

 

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Jeep Trick

 

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We thank you for your service.

 

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Supervisor Jean Bishop

 

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Head over Heels

 

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Candy!

 

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First Place

 

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