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Friday night floats a win with crowd

Louise AllinghamPilbara News
Chinese Kung Fu and Tai Chi Academy’s lion dancers.
Camera IconChinese Kung Fu and Tai Chi Academy’s lion dancers. Credit: Pilbara News

Hundreds of people lined Sharpe Avenue last Friday night to watch the FeNaClNG street parade.

Karratha Primary School came third with their FeNaClNG-themed float.
Camera IconKarratha Primary School came third with their FeNaClNG-themed float. Credit: Pilbara News, Louise Allingham
Tambrey Primary School’s marine float.
Camera IconTambrey Primary School’s marine float. Credit: Pilbara News

Local schools and community groups paraded the street with colourful floats and performances.

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St John Ambulance volunteers.
Camera IconSt John Ambulance volunteers. Credit: Pilbara News
Baynton West Primary’s Tree of Life.
Camera IconBaynton West Primary’s Tree of Life. Credit: Pilbara News

Pegs Creek Primary School won best school float for its 45 years of FeNaClNG float, complete with a Ferris wheel.

Baynton West came in second with its tree of life and Karratha Primary third for its festival party- themed float.

Students from Terre Rouge Ballet danced down the street.
Camera IconStudents from Terre Rouge Ballet danced down the street. Credit: Pilbara News, Louise Allingham.
The Peg's Creek Primary float won the best school entry in the FeNaClNG street parade.
Camera IconThe Peg's Creek Primary float won the best school entry in the FeNaClNG street parade. Credit: Peg's Creek Primary School

Terre Rouge Ballet won best community group and The Rockers were runner-up.

Best decorated vehicle went to the Pilbara Princess and St John Ambulance was awarded best volunteer group.

Doopa Dog was a crowd favourite.
Camera IconDoopa Dog was a crowd favourite. Credit: Pilbara News
Karratha Shotokan Karate Club.
Camera IconKarratha Shotokan Karate Club. Credit: Pilbara News

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