|Award Categories||2016 Winner||Float #|
|OVERALL BEST in Parade||Bridge Street Buccaneers||#73|
|OVERALL 2nd Place||Chatham Health & Swim Club||#61|
|OVERALL 3rd Place||Woman of Fishing Families||#89|
|Best Youth Float||Ken Owens Memorial Soccer Jamboree||#29|
|Most Patriotic Float||.Phillips Family Farm||#1|
|Best Small Float||Cobb Family||#85|
|Best Large Float||Chatham Pottery||#101|
|Best Civic Float||Chatham Turkey Trot||#64|
|Funniest Float||Martha and Philip Hoffman||#80|
The countdown is on! With a little less than 5 months to go, the Chatham Independence Day Parade Committee is proud to announce the 2016 theme for the Fourth of July Parade
“Freedom is not Free” Celebrating freedom by honoring Chatham’s independence throughout history.
After reviewing a list of varied and thoughtful suggestions, the “Freedom is not Free” theme was selected for its representation of Chatham’s culture, character and heritage. The selected theme was submitted by South Chatham summer resident, Kara Ann Smith. Kara and her family have been coming to Chatham since 1960.
Applications for parade participants will be available in early March. For up to date information, please visit the Chatham Parade page on Facebook or join the e-newsletter by sending an email to email@example.com.
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Thank you to those who submitted their ideas for the 2016 Chatham Fourth of July Parade Theme. The suggestions are now being evaluated by the parade committee and the selected theme will be shortly announced.
Planning is underway so mark your calendars for next year’s Chatham 4th of July parade.