Fri­day floats a huge suc­cess

Pilbara News - - Front Page - Louise Alling­ham

Hun­dreds of peo­ple lined Sharpe Av­enue last Fri­day night to watch the FeNaClNG street pa­rade.

Lo­cal schools and com­mu­nity groups pa­raded the street with colour­ful floats and per­for­mances.

Pegs Creek Pri­mary School won best school float for its 45 years of FeNaClNG float, com­plete with a Fer­ris wheel.

Bayn­ton West came in sec­ond with its tree of life and Kar­ratha Pri­mary third for its fes­ti­val par­tythemed float.

Terre Rouge Bal­let won best com­mu­nity group and The Rock­ers were run­ner-up.

Best dec­o­rated ve­hi­cle went to the Pil­bara Princess and St John Am­bu­lance was awarded best vol­un­teer group.

Chi­nese Kung Fu and Tai Chi Academy’s lion dancers.

Pic­tures: Louise Alling­ham

Kar­ratha Pri­mary School came third with their FeNaClNG-themed float.

St John Am­bu­lance volunteers.

Tam­brey Pri­mary School’s ma­rine float.

Bayn­ton West Pri­mary School’s Tree of Life.

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