Allentown announces Points of Pride parade prize winners
A dozen organizations will receive prize money for their award-winning performances in Saturday's Points of Pride Parade.
The parade was part of Allentown's 250th Anniversary celebration.
Seventeen marching bands and 16 floats participated in the parade and nearly 2,500 people marched in the event.T
On Thursday, the city announced the following prize winners:
1. Kutztown ($500)
2. Parkland ($300)
3. William Allen ($200)
1. Lehigh Valley Child Care ($500)
2. Lehigh Valley Heritage Museum ($250)
2. Zion’s “Liberty Bell” Church and Museum ($250)
Best Representation of a Historical Event
1. Zion’s “Liberty Bell” Church and Museum ($500)
2. U.S. Army Fife and Drum Corps ($300)
3. Lehigh Valley Heritage Museum ($200)
Most Allentown Pride
1. Allentown Public Library ($500)
2. William Allen ($300)
3. The Burning Hearts ($200)
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