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Taylor David & Trophy
CHILOQUIN, OREGON - In an event that is billed as the largest night parade in the Northwest, with over 100 float entries, the Klamath Tribes and Kla-Mo-Ya Casino, owned by the Klamath Tribes, won first place in the Government and Civic Snowflake Float Competition 2011.
This year represents the 25th year the Tribes have participated in the parade.
The Tribes teams up with JB Logging each year and is welcomed as being part of the hard-working and now award-winning crew.
Award Winning Float features Huge Dream Catcher and Authentic Looking Salmon Bake
The trophy was presented to Taylor R. David, Klamath Tribes Public Information and News Department Manager, by the Klamath County Chamber of Commerce.
The float's theme was a representation of the Vision to restore Salmon and bring health back to the waters and community. This year's theme for the parade was "Christmas Adventure" so the Klamath Tribes constructed a Dip Net Salmon Fishing Christmas Adventure.
posted December 16, 2011 8:30 am est
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