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Parade Entries Description
Entry No. 121 - 135

121. Calgary Regional Trail Riders

This group organaizes a charity ride every year and has raised money for the Alberta Children's Hospital and the Canadian Cancer Society.

122. City of Vernon

Featured here is a working replica of western Canada's only floral clock found in Polson Park in Vernon, B.C. The float is promoting Vernon's Winter Carnival.

123. Patriots Marching Band

From Minneapolis, Minnesota, this band has 160 members from two high schools in Minneapolis's north suburbs. Calgary is one of the band's favourite destinations, and has been here three times since 1992.

124. Calgary Western Riders

A family-oriented Western gymkhana club with members ranging in age from seven to almost 70.

125. Saecee Natives

Living on a reserve west of Calgary, the Sarcee natives, also known as the Tsuu T'ina, are related to the Navajo and Apache Indians.

126. Mountain Society for Creative Anachronism

This organization is a living history club that's recreating the best qualities of the middle age from 600 AD to 1600 AD.

127. Salvation Army Glenmore Temple Band

This is the longest surviving band in the Stampede Parade and was originally formed in 1883. All of its 54 members are volunteers and they perform for church services every Sunday.

128. The Cowboy Trail Tourism Association

Developed to promote tourism in communities along Highways 22, 5 and 6, this route is now known as the Cowboy Trail.

129. Days Inn Miniature Horses

Queen and Naisy are the two minis pulling the Days Inn Carriage, accompanied by Jimmie Sizemore driving a single horse cart.

130. City of Leduc

Leduc's rodeo queen and an oil pumper are featured on this spectacular float. Leduc is home to 15000 residents and supplies oil around the world.

131. Trinidad and Tobago Organettes Caribbean Club

Ozie George is leading the steel band today. Countless hours go into these costumes, all handmade by volunteers.

132. Nokia Brier 2002

Calgary is hosting the Nokia Brier in 2002. Team Canada, winter of the Nokia Brier 2001, is riding in this antique 1913 Regal.

133. Cooperators General Insurance

This horse-drawn carriage is pulling VPs from Cooperators General Insurance, the largest Canadian owned multi-line insurance company.

134. Central Memorial Golden Rams Marching Band

This Calgary band has 83 members ranging between 15 and 18 years of age. Last year the band travelled to Australia and it hopes to tour Scotland in 2002.

135. Edmonton Sheriffs Posse

This group depicts an 1870 sheriffs posse dressed in full gear and mounted on marching Palomino horses.

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