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2016 Findlay | Hancock County Halloween Parade
(FINDLAY, OH, September 12, 2016) The 2016 Findlay|Hancock County Halloween Parade presented by Hancock Leadership Alumni Association will take place in historic downtown Findlay on Tuesday, October 25 at 7 pm. The parade is open to all groups, organizations, businesses, and schools. Registration is available through Friday, October 21st. The 2016 Findlay|Hancock County Halloween Parade is sponsored by Blanchard Valley Health System.
Online pre-registration is required at www.hancockleadership.org/parade. Discounted early registration is available through October 11, 2016. Entries received after October 11th will be at the regular price. Early registration fees are $90 for business/for-profit entrants, and $25 for non-business/non-profit entrants. Any group, organization, or business interested in participating can register online at www.hancockleadership.org/parade.
A limited amount of Preferred Placement packages are available during early registration for $250. The first 20 paid Preferred Placement groups will be placed in the first section of the parade, immediately following dignitaries and color guard.
The 2016 Findlay|Hancock County Halloween Parade Committee Grand Marshal will be Rosemary Rooker, President of Hancock Leadership Alumni Association. This is the 14th year Hancock Leadership Alumni Association has been the presenting organization of the Findlay|Hancock County Halloween Parade.
The parade will begin on East Main Cross Street at East Street. Units will proceed west on East Main Cross Street, turning south on Main Street. The parade will proceed south on South Main Street and end at Lincoln Street. Detailed information about the staging areas, including a Parade Entry Pass, are in the packets that will be emailed to all who register.
Seven awards are available this year. Floats, vehicles and walking groups will be competing against each other for Best of Show, Most Original, Scariest, Funniest, Spirit of Halloween, Flag City USA Award and the
John Hancock Award.
For more information, to register or volunteer, visit http://www.hancockleadership.org/parade, find us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/HancockLeadership and Twitter at @HL_Alumni or call (419) 422-
Hancock Leadership, a division of the Findlay-Hancock County Alliance, is a nationally recognized nine month seminar program designed to foster and promote volunteer leadership resources within the
community on a planned, continuous basis.