Rod & Gun Club, Downie Timber and Revelstoke Museum win Canada Day Parade ribbons

Saturday’s Canada Day parade yielded first- and second-place ribbons for the Rod & Gun Club and Downie Timber, while the Revelstoke Museum & Archives won third place.

Here are photos of the winners:

The Rod & Gun Club’s Mike Loukopoulos (centre) poses with the Rotary Club’s Pam Doyle (left), Mavis Cann and Jan Morehouse, and Peter Bernaki after winning the ribbon for the parade’s Best Float— that’s it in the background. Photo courtesy of Peter Bernacki

Downie Timber’s float won second prize. Photo courtesy of Peter Bernack


Angus Woodman accepted the ribbon on behalf of Downie. Stacy Brunetti (second from the right) was the lead designer for the float. Photo courtesy of Peter Bernacki

And here are all the women who participated in the Revelstoke Museum & Archives’ float, which won the third-place ribbon. You can see the ribbon attached to the banner in front. Photo courtesy of Cathy English