The Boca Grande Community Center held its 27th Annual Bike Path Parade last Saturday, March 17, and it turned out to be a patriotic event with more than 30 entries and a lot of spectators.
The “Best Group” float prize went to entry #66, the Aikens family, and “Most Original” went to #50, Adam, Grace & Anna Milne.
“Best Presentation of a Theme” went to #70, the Bennetts, and “Best Bike” went to #63, Isabella Steyer.
“Most Entertaining” went to #72, Hugh Plumb, and “Most Creative” with a green theme was #60, the Garden Club.View More images >>
“Best of Show” went to #54, Larry and Kitty Jenkins, and honorable mentions were accrued by The Pink Pony, the Inn Krew, the Taylor-Wheeler family and Perry Mesloh.
Joe Wier, Supervisor for Lee County Parks & Recreation and organizer of the Bike Path Parade, stated this event would not be possible without the support of the Gasparilla Island Conservation and Improvement Association, The Boca Grande Woman’s Club, Friends of Boca Grande and Lee County Parks & Recreation.
Many thanks as well to the Boca Grande Fire Department and the Lee County Sheriff’s Department, as well as all of the volunteers who made the event safe and enjoyable for the community.
Special thanks to Lo Lo Weir, Larry Warner, Misty Nichols and John Mendez who judged the event.
Photos by Dusty
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