Above: The float JBS entered in the 2015 Dogie Days parade won Most Original. The Dumas/Moore County Chamber of Commerce awarded them $100.
Two Dumas businesses and Amarillo College are each $100 richer after winning three of the 2015 Dogie Days parade categories. Amarillo College won Best of Show, Cecy’s Home Daycare won Best of Theme, and JBS won Most Original.
Dumas/Moore County Chamber of Commerce President Sam Cartwright announced those awards and six others Monday. The other winners are:
- Churches: Latin American Baptist Church
- Youth Athletics: 10 And Under Little League Girls Green Machine
- Commercial Floats: Toxic Salon Rock The Night Away
- Clubs & Civic Organization: Texas Panhandle Honor Flight
- All Vehicles: 1937 Packard
- Equestrian Group: Khiva Muleskinners
Scroll down to see the gallery of pics of all the winners.