Christmas Parade 2019
Theme: Winter Wonderland
Congratulations to Little Jack Frost Mason Smith, and Little Miss Snowflake Chloe Poland.
Traveling Trophy – Bates County Memorial Hospital.
1st – Double Branch Christian Church
2nd – First Baptist Church.
1st – BC Xtreme Cheerleading
2nd – Bates County Elks Lodge
3rd – Outdoor Girls
1st – Dale & Retta Douty
2nd – Wayne & Kelly McCoy
3rd- Patty Bartlett
1st – Farmall owned by Kendall Atkinson
2nd – Farmall owned by Kendall Atkinson
1st – Cumpton Farms
2nd- Cumpton Farms.
Business Traveling Trophy: Mac Secure Storage
Organizations: 1st – Butler Band Boosters; 2nd – Elk’s Lodge; 3rd – Outdoor Girls
Churches: 1st – Immanuel Baptist Church; 2nd – Ohio Street Methodist Church; 3rd – First Baptist Church of Butler
Tractors: 1st & 2nd Place – Kendall & Anissa Atkinson
Classic Cars: 1st Place – Dale & Retta Douty; 2nd Place – Tim Hummel, Adrian Memorial VFW Post 1935 – Model A Ford; Tudor Sedan.
Little Miss Snowflake Briley Mason, daughter of Myles and Kelsey Mason
Little Jack Frost Braden Poland, son of Cindy Carillo
2017 Parade float winners
Business – Mac Secure Storage, Jon & Toni McElwain
Church – First Baptist Church
Club/Organization – Bates County Elks (1st), Outdoor Girls (2nd), Connie White School of Dance – 3rd
Horses – Cumpton Family Farms, Andrew Cumpton (1st & 2nd)
Vehicles – Grinch Vehicle, Amber Roberts (1st), Off Road Bikes, Kyler Setzer (2nd), Outlaw Murica!, Sam Mager (3rd)
Tractors – Western Missouri Antique Tractor, Kendall Atkinson (1st), Bob Surber (2nd)
Band – Butler High School
We want to thank the following for their help and contributions: Steven Jackson, Paula Schowengerdt, Teresa Wilson, Sheila Bianco, Tyler Bise, Carmin Gregory, Douty’s Auto, Sheriff Chad Anderson, Santa Brian, Butler Police Department, and the City of Butler.
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The Butler Christmas Parade on Saturday, Dec. 3, 2016 seemed to draw our biggest crowd ever! Thank you, Butler community, for coming out to participate with parade entries, or by joining in the fun to watch the parade.
Parade Marshals (from left) Katrina Vermaas Leach, Josina Vermaas Erickson and Diana Vermaas, family of the late Brad Vermaas, who served as Butler’s Santa for many years.
Little Miss Snowflake Jordan Porter, and Little Jack Frost Kameron Mallatt.
5-year-old Braelynn Isaacson, runner up to Little Miss Snowflake. Our contestants are chosen based on book sales, and the top two girls finished a very close race by only 3 books!
The Butler High School Marching Band, directed by Russ Thompson
First Place Business & winning the traveling trophy: Quality Home Care
First in horses: Patti Hoskins with her miniature donkey team Biscuit and her baby boy, Bug. The donkeys were spooked by the night lights and noises and, unfortunately, didn’t make it through the parade long enough for us to get a good photo. Pictured is the team with Patti at the Archie parade last summer.
Thanks to all who helped repair Santa’s house, kids were able to meet Santa and share their wishes for Christmas.
Merry Christmas to all!