Congratulations to the winners of the 2015 Celebrate Woodinville Parade

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IMG 5561A member of the Plaza Garcia entry. (Photo courtesy of Kimberly Ellertson)

Best Overall Entry    Plaza Garcia

Best Float        McLendon Hardware

Most Foolish        Basset Brigade

Best Business        Windermere Real Estate Woodinville

Best Individual        Dean from Springfree Trampoline

Best Music        Jazzercise

Most Original        Flintstones

Best Animal Entry    Homeward Pet Adoption Center

Best Children’s Group    Woodinville Martial Arts

Best Drill/Dance Team    Woodinville High School Cheer

Best Vehicle        1931 Rotary Cadillac

Congratulations to the winners of the 2015 Basset Bash — and their humans

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annabellAnnabell, the oldest basset hound, sponsored by Fairwinds Brittany Park. (Courtesy photo)

Waddle (male): Edgrrr Allen Lauri der - Franz Family (Algona)
Waddle (female): Tawnie - Kensie Speed (Kenmore)
Oldest: Annabell (14 yrs old) - Michelle Cornellus (Monroe)
Howl: Abraham - Stacy Winter Storm (Seattle)
Ears (male): Henry (12 inches) - JP Paul (Woodinville)
Ears (female): Jazz (9 7/8 inches) - Jenny Newburger (Pullman)
Trick 1st Place: Henry (play dead) - Janette (Alexa Paul) (Woodinville)
Distance: Jazz, Diego, April, Penny - Jenny Newburger (Pullman)
Foolish Human: Oscar - Michelle Baczkowski (Fife)
Name: Arlow Pancake - Franz Family (Algona)
Weenie Race (6 month - 1 year): Wallace - Monica Campos (Woodinville)
Weenie Race (1 - 7 years): Thumper - Kareen Shuman (Seattle)
Weenie Race (7+ years): Abraham - Stacy Winter Storm (Seattle)
Costume 1st Place: Mojo & Powder Puff Girls - Jenny Newburger (Pullman)
King: Gus - Maureen Quigley (Seattle)
Queen: Annabell - Michelle Cornellus (Monroe)


Celebrate Woodinville Summer Festival is Saturday, Aug. 15

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff

Come one, come all! Celebrate Woodinville’s Summer Festival is on Saturday, Aug. 15 in downtown Woodinville. Invite your family, friends and neighbors and join in the fun of this great community event.

Festivities will begin with the Woodinville Fire & Rescue pancake breakfast, followed by the 37th annual community parade. Throughout the afternoon, attendees can enjoy free music in the park; local libations in the wine and beer garden; tasty menu options from local restaurants and food trucks; arts and crafts fair; exhibitors; Woodinville farmers market; and children’s activities, hosted by the Northshore YMCA. Don’t miss the popular “Basset Bash,” a Basset Hound-only contest with prizes awarded for attributes such as best waddle, best howl and one you might expect: longest ears.

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