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Three Groups Named Founders Day Parade Float Winners

Creativity and hard work paid off for the 2014 winners capturing awards in three categories, "Best Scout," "Best Civic" and "Best Subdivision" awards.

Findley Oaks Elementary School 2nd grade Brownie Troop won in the "Best Scout" category.
Findley Oaks Elementary School 2nd grade Brownie Troop won in the "Best Scout" category.
This year's parade float winners for the Founders Day Parade was recently announced by the City of Johns Creek.

The 2014 parade was filled with scout troops creating some stiff competition, but the handmade float created by 2nd grade Brownies at Findley Oaks Elementary School topped the list winning in the "Best Scout" category. Their float was themed "Little Brownie Elfers."

Autrey Mill Nature Preserve & Heritage Center won for "Best Civic." The non-profit's float featured a classic Santa's sleigh set within a nature scene of animals represented of an 1800s Georgian homestead.

And winning in the "Best Subdivision" was Medlock Bridge. The neighborhood's jungle-theme float featured lions, monkeys, tigers and other jungle animals. Nearly 100 residents worked on their float and costumes for months.

The Johns Creek Founders Day Parade is held the first Saturday of December to recognize the founding as a city on Dec. 1, 2006. The 2014 parade was held Dec. 7.

Information and photos provided by Rosemary Taylor, City of Johns Creek Communications Manager.

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