Caitlin Mintle receives a $50 club certificate for the top parade entry by a family. She is the owner/operator of Mintle Equine Services,one of the newest businesses in Thedford.
THEDFORD–The Thedford Service Club met August 6 for their monthly meeting at the Sandhills Corral. The organization sponsors the annual Thomas County Fair parade held on July 28 with a theme of ‘Anything Goes.’
Grand Marshals were longtime Thomas County residents Larry and Betty Jameson. Winners were 1st place float – Preserve the Sandhills; 2nd place float was Bethel Assembly of God church, and there was a tie for 3rd between the Thomas County Achievers 4-H Club and the Thedford FFA chapter.
The prize for the best family entry was won by Mintle Equine Service with their pony in the back of the pick-up and Caitlin Mintle riding her big horse.
During the August 6 meeting, Thedford Service Club president invited the parade winners to come and receive their club certificates for $100 for first, $50 for second and $25 for third.