The annual Mineral Volunteer Firemen’s Fair completed another year featuring good weather and a successful parade on May 3 featuring a variety of units competing for prizes.
Units from all five Goochland County fire departments participated in the parade this year, honoring Andy Brooks, who passed away last month.
Brooks started his volunteer fire service career as a junior member at Mineral and also volunteered at Manakin Company 1, sharing his love for the fire service and the apparatus with both departments as an adult.
The winners are listed below and anyone who has not picked up their trophy should contact Irene Luck at (540) 894-0663.
Best appearing antique vehicle: 1964 Fairlane convertible, Lake Anna Cruizers, 1st; 1966 Galaxie, Beverly Foster-Carter, 2nd; Green Nova, Lake Anna Cruizers, 3rd
Best appearing modern vehicle: 1996 S10 Chevy, Allen Turney, 1st
Best appearing motorcycle: Louisa County Sheriff’s Office, 1st; Patriot Shriners, 2nd
Best appearing tractor: Blake Groome and the Red Iron Pulling Team
Best appearing truck: Gene Graves, 1st; Sharon MacDonald, 2nd
Best appearing float: Daniel’s Lawn Care and Home Remodeling
Best appearing business entry: Louisa Humane Society, 1st; Darrick Johnson Auto, 2nd
Best appearing horse and rider: Sabor A Mexico, 1st; April Shifflett, 2nd
Best appearing majorette or dance group: Divas of Destruction
Best appearing marching unit: Divas of Destruction, 1st; Louisa County Sheriff’s Office Honor Guard, 2nd
Best appearing beauty queen: Miss Dogwood 2020/Miss Louisa 2019 Taylor Talley, 1st; Izabella Lane, Little Miss Louisa Flame, 2nd; Lexi Martin, Petite Miss Louisa Flame, 3rd
(Article by Irene Luck)
This is a partial article. Read the full story in The Central Virginian’s May 16, 2019 issue.
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