Pumpkin Festival contest results

Published: Tuesday, Nov. 6, 2012 10:58 a.m. CDT

Sycamore Pumpkin Festival Parade Winners

Best of Parade: Ideal Industries

Best Use of Theme: Cornerstone Christian Academy

Crowd Pleaser: SHS Class of '73

Neighborhood and Family: Malmassari Family

Organization
• 1st: Cornerstone Christian Academy Sports Boosters
• 2nd: Sycamore Public Library
• 3rd:  Conexion Comunidad

Commercial
• 1st: Ideal Industries
• 2nd: Northern Illinois Dance Center
• 3rd: Burkes Hauling

Non-Commercial
• 1st: SHS Class of '73
• 2nd: Immanuel Lutheran Church & Student Center
• 3rd: Kishwaukee College

Band Competition
Class 1: DeKalb High School Marching Band
Class 2: Central High School Band of Pride
Class 3 :
• 1st: Indian Creek High School Marching Band
• 2nd: Somonauk High School Marching Bobcats Band
• 3rd: Genoa-Kingston High School Marching Band

Junior High:
• 1st: Huntley Middle School, DeKalb
• 2nd: Sandwich Middle School Junior Regiment
• 3rd: Eisenhower Junior High Band


Sycamore Pumpkin Festival Raffle Winners

The following people had winning tickets in the Sycamore Lions Club raffle during the Pumpkin Festival:
Sonny Bosco of Elgin (Honda scooters); Steven Hardenberch of DeKalb ($500, Elburn Co-op); Leroy Greathouse of Sycamore ($500, DeKalb Sycamore Chevrolet); Jerry Malmassari of Sycamore ($300, Eagle Ridge); Jose Jalandoni of Elburn ($300, Buck Bros.); Mel Rolando of LaSalle (Sycamore Park golf package); Mike Spychal and Jen Hance of Sycamore (leaf blower); Janet Tolzylowski of DeKalb (chainsaw); Ken Ebel of Union ($100, Brown's County Market); Jenn McCormick of Sycamore ($100 Resource Bank gas card); Clayton Riley of Sycamore (one night at Country Inn & Suites); Deb Cornell of Elburn (one night at Holiday Inn Express); Frank Dinatale of DeKalb (two Squall jackets); Don O'Neill of Genoa (Sorrento's gift card); Mike Rettig of Sandwich (Taxco gift card); Becky Spears of Sycamore ($50 gold coins).

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