The picture is of Arthur Bryan, a Fallon resident who was a Gold Medal winner in the Bowling Special Olympics World Games held in Las Angeles, California! Fallon should be proud to have been represented. He also won the Fallon LIons Labor Day Parade President’ Award this year!
Monthly Archives: September 2015
Winners of the parade were:
Best Youth Group: Cub Scout Pack 38
Best Automobile: Jolie Potter
Best Antique Implement: Don Travis -1942 Massey-Harris Super 101 with sickle bar attachment
Best Business: Kent’s Supply Center
Best Mounted Group: Fallon Horsemen’s Association
Best Use of Theme: Churchill County 4-H
Most Creative: Lil Miss PineNut Festival Princess Rayanna Williams.
President’s Award: Arthur Bryan, Fallon’s very own Gold Medal Winner in the Bowling Special Olympics World Games held in Los Angeles, CA
ALL AWARDS CAN BE PICKED UP FROM LION CORIE CANDEE AT LOUIE’S ACE HARDWARE AFTER 8:00 AM ON WEDNESDAY, 9/9/2015. WE ONLY HAD ONE WINNER COME TO THE FAIRGROUNDS SO THAT IS WHY THE DELAY SO I CAN GET THE AWARDS TO HER!!!!!!
Thank you everybody who participated in this years Fallon Lions Labor Day Parade! Thanks especially to Stu Richardson who was the Grand Marshall and our very own Lions Dignataries District Governor Josie Harrison and Lion Fred Harrison, Past District Governor Cliff Cooper and Lion Dahlene Kendler, and Vice District Governor Cal Bushek and Lion Vicki Bushek for representing the Lions International here in Fallon! Thanks also to all the Volunteers, Lions, family members who also helped in the weekend events at the fairground and parade. These events could not happen without your dedication and support! The picture attached is of our voted Best Civic Group of the Parade the Oasis Square Dancers. In the pic are:
Linda Hartweg, VP. Next to her Dianne Gonzalez, Treasurer; next Ernie Gonzalez, President from the Oasis Squares also pictured in the yellow is our Vice District Governor Cal Bushek, District Governor Josie Harrison, front right with the hat and our Past District Governor Cliff Cooper!