Freedom Fiesta Kiddie Parade winners announced
Posted on 7/5/2018 7:21:00 AM.
 
 
Photo by Stanley Naumann
 
(Seguin) -- Some of Seguin's smallest, cutest and most patriotic citizens are being recognized today. The Guadalupe County Republican Women is announcing the winners of this year's Freedom Fiesta Kiddie Parade. Dozens of children participated in this year's event held Saturday night in downtown Seguin. The Kiddie Parade is one of the featured events for Seguin Radio KWED's Fourth of July event.

Winning in the category for Self-Powered Riders were Moria Sharp, Little Nemo with Bubble and Susie Rutter with her tricycle. Taking the top prizes in the Walking category were Kingston and Kaylee Gueterey in their Army Strong float and Becket Spahn and his Jeep

Rounding out the pool of winners in the Motorized category were Haley and Victor Venavides with their ship and tube, the USS Freedom and Tanya Martinez who made her way down the parade route on her Hover Board.

The floats were led around Central Park by Uncle Sam, a.k.a. State Representative John Kuempel. Serving as judges for this year's Kiddie Parade included State District Judge Jessica Crawford and Seguin City Councilwomen Fonda Mathis and Jet Crabb.

Announcing and presenting the prizes to this year's winners was Seguin Mayor Don Keil.
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