The Kiwanis Kids Day Parade was held on Saturday morning. This parade has been an annual event for over 50 years. There were many adorable entries this year, making the judges' jobs difficult. Winners were announced shortly after the parade and are as follows: In the large groups category (4 or more children), the Kiwanis Soccer Team received third place. Gabe Peterson, Joseph Donoho, Brenton Rills, Hayden Chapman, Logan Gregory, Emily Schreiner, Bradley and Brett Ferguson were all participants in this entry. Second place went to Girl Scout Troop 484. Madison Kieffer, Avis Suddith, Brittney Ooter, Madonna Tennis, Rozlee Warp, Libby Gramenz, and Ryleigh Greer were all participants in this entry. First place went to The Toy Box. Farrah, Bentley, Lucas and Tinley Lauhoff were all participants in this entry. In the small group category (2 to 3 children), Bikers for Babies received third place. Garrett and Collin Wheeler were participants in this entry. Wizard of Oz received second place. Landon, Malachi, and Cobe Douglas were participants in this entry. The Cat in the Hat got first place. Decker, Harlow, and Hadley Rardon were participants in this entry. In the individual boys category, third place went to A Jay Gramenz who dressed like Batman. Second place went to Clayton Link who dressed like a construction worker. First place went to Logan Maples who dressed like a farmer. In the individual girls category, third place went to Kimber Cole who was dressed like a candy corn. Second place went to Kylee Link who was dressed as a purple minion. First place went to Emberlyn Forck who was dressed as a butterfly. Cash prizes were given to each winning entry, and each honorable mentioned entry receive a nominal prize. All those that participated in the parade got to enjoy some free ice cream. Some were too excited and couldn't wait to have their ice cream until after pictures, which is apparent on page two of today's paper. There were 38 children in the parade total including: Four Kiwanis Key Club members and their sponsor, the Chillicothe 8th grade band, several police officers and the sheriff, along with the Fire Truck from Emergency Services. The Kiwanis Club would like to give a big thank you to all for who helped and participated.