Jamestown Renaissance Corporation Announces Parade Float Winners

Image by Jamestown Renaissance Corporation.

JAMESTOWN – The Jamestown Renaissance Corporation has announced its winners for the Best Floats in the 2019 Christmas parade on Friday, December 6.

Here is a list of the winners in each category:








  • Best Civic/Nonprofit sponsored by Flyers Gymnastics, Hollyloft Ski & Bike, Jamestown Lakers Disabled Hockey, Greater Chautauqua Fedual Credit Union, Learning Disabilities Association of WNY, and The Resource Center – “Kallie’s Krusade” pulled by Dave Warren Chrysler Dodge Jeep
Credit: JRC
  • Best Youth Entry sponsored by Cummins Jamestown Engine Plant, Kallie’s Krusade, Shults Auto Group, and W.C.A. Services Corporation – Girls Scouts of Western New York Troop 2026
Credit: JRC
  • Best Business Entry sponsored by Aspire of WNY, Barbeau Properties, Heritage Ministries, La Quinta Inn & Suites, and Team Services, Inc. – Jamestown Ice and Storage
Credit: JRC
  • Best Theme Entry sponsored by the Kiwanis Club of Jamestown, Silvertree Seniors of Jamestown, Chautauqua County Toys for Tots, and Weaver Materiel Service, Inc – Jamestown Board of Public Utilities
Credit: JRC
  • Best Musical Entry sponsored by BECC Electric, Matco Tools, Naco Truck Leasing, Premier Listings Real Estate, and Southern Tier Storm Soccer Academy – Jamestown High School Red Raiders Marching Band

  • Best Emergency Entry sponsored by Anderson’s Tavern, Jackson Valley Trucking, FSC Systems, Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center Care Network – Jamestown, Chautauqua Region Community Foundation, TA Auto Repair & Sales, and TA Moving Supplies – Fluvanna Fire Department

The annual Jamestown Christmas Parade and Holiday Celebration drew lots of people to downtown Jamestown. The parade started on the Third Street Bridge just before 6:30 p.m. Friday, December 6 and continued to Tracy Plaza at City Hall where the Christmas tree was lit.









This years’ tree is a 50-foot Colorado Blue Spruce donated by the family of Dr. Kenneth Erickson. The tree was harvested from the former Migliore Funeral Home at 415 East Fourth Street, which is now the location of Dr. Erickson’s chiropractic services.

The parade was streamed live on WNYNewsNow‘s Facebook page along with our 24/7 streaming network, co-hosted by Justin Gould and Dakota Hunter. The parade can be viewed in its entirety on our YouTube channel.















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