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Annual Boat Parade of Lights Sparkled On Lake Havasu

Annual Boat Parade of Lights Sparkled On Lake Havasu
RSM Team / 05 Dec 2022 / No Comments » Comments

Plenty of decorated boats lit the Bridgewater Channel and dazzled and shined for all who came down to enjoy the annual Lake Havasu Holiday Parade of Lights Saturday night.

The parade is in it’s 37th year and is a holiday tradition for many locals and vistors. Businesses, organizations and members of the community entered their decorated vessels and also got the chance to win for “Best of show” and other categories. This year’s Best of Show winner went to boat No. 8, by Dennis and Sue Brockman who were also the winners in 2021.

Best of Show-#8 Dennis and Sue Bockman (back to back winners 2021 & 2022)
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The judges Wild Card Award  went to vessel #4  the Luebke Family for their “28′ Christmas Tree” entry.

Judges Wild Pick-#4 The Luebke Family (28′ Christmas Tree)
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Best Family Entry-#24 Dale Hinrichs and Lisa McLaughlin for their “HavaGrinch” entry.

Best Family Entry-#24 Dale Hinrichs and Lisa McLaughlin (HavaGrinch)
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Best Corporate Entry went to No. 14 Rebel BBQ for their Santa decorated vessel.

Best Corporate Entry-#14 Rebel BBQ
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Best powerboat went to vessel No. 16  for their Mr. Red White and Blue by the Smiths.

Best Powerboat Entry-#60 Mr. Red, White, and Blue (The Smith’s)
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Best first time entry went to boat No. 23 Randy And Jennifer Minner for their “Snow Miser and Heat Miser,” entry.

Best First Entry -#23 Randy and Jennifer Minnier (Snow Miser and Heat Miser) Submitted Photo

Riverscene Magazine congratulates all the winning entries at this years Holiday Boat Parade of Lights.

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