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Parade Entries Description
Entry No. 136 - 144

136. Beelby Family

This six-horse hitch of black Percherons is owned by the Beelby family. The Beelby have been involved with draft horses for five generations.

137. High River Old Time Ranch Rodeo

In it's eighth year, the High River Old Time Ranch Rodeo brings to life a historic grass roots rodeo. This is truly where "rodeo" began.

138. Calgary Dental Assistants Association

This association has been in existence since 1980 and takes pleasure in helping Calgarians in the community.

139. Clan Maxwell

This 35-member band is comprised of Maxwell family members and associates. It participates in approximately 20 parades in Alberta each year and last year took part in a massed pipe band in Edinburgh, Scotland.

140. Blue Bronna Wilderness Camp

This is a non-profit organization provideing an extreme wilderness camping experience in Kananaskis country with a Christian perspective.

141. Municipality of Peachland

This float resembles an Okanagan sternwheeler form the turn of the century. Peachland's ambassadors and vice-ambassadors are riding on the float.

142. United Calgary Chinese Association

This is the year of the Golden Snake. The dragon and lion dancers are leading the snake, which symbolizes wealth, health and good forture.

143. Fluoe Canada Ltd.

Here are the 24-foot inflatable Jake and Jackie. You can also find them downtown at Rope Square during Stampede. Read more on Rope Square in the back of the program.

144. Calgary Fire department

Two of Calgary's pumpers put the final touches on the 2001 Calgary Stampede Parade.

Pooper Scooper(bonus)

This cleaning car is decolated as horse.

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