HOPEWELL: Memorial Day parade prize winners listed 


The Hopewell Fire Department and Emergency Medical Unit proudly marches down Broad Street on May 29. Matt Peck leads the color guard with

The Hopewell Fire Department thanks all those who participated in this year’s Memorial Day Parade on Sunday, May 29, and the community for lining along Broad Street and Princeton Avenue to view and cheer the parade as it passed through town.
Here are this year’s parade winners:
– Best Appearing Color Guard: Twin Pines Composite Squadron (Civil Air Patrol);
– Best Appearing Marching Unit – Senior Division: NJ State Police Pipes and Drums;
 — Best Appearing Marching Unit – Junior Division: Montgomery Township Boy Scout Troop 46;
– Best Appearing Float: Calvary Baptist Church’s “Ties to Home”;
– Best Appearing Antique Automobile (1961 and older): Roger Lebaw, 1935 LaSalle;
– Best Appearing Antique Automobile (1962-1974): Bill Sappington, 1973 F-100 pick-up;
– Best Appearing Antique Tractor: Kirsten Hansen, 1951 John Deere Model B;
– Best Appearing Bicycles: 1st place: Carys Faller; 2nd, Scarlet Davis, and 3rd: Nathan Brendan;
– Beat Appearing Ambulance: Montgomery EMS, 2016 Demers Sprinter Ambulance 47-3;
– Best Appearing Rescue Squad: Pennington Fire Department, Rescue 51;
– Best Appearing Aerial: Montgomery Fire Department #2, 2003 E1 Cyclone II Bronto;
– Beat Appearing Tanker: Montgomery Fire Department #1, 2007 Pierce Tanker;
– Best Appearing Engine: Amwell Valley Fire Company, 2011 Pierce Engine, and
– Best Appearing Fire Department: Montgomery Fire Department No. 1.