- Festival parade with 78 entries

Bob Crump, top, was the grand marshal of the Seymour Apple Festival's parade.

Here is the lineup for the 2021 Seymour Apple Festival parade, which had 78 entries and stepped off Saturday morning on the city square.

1. Seymour Police Department, Police Chief Steven Pogue.

2. Seymour Police Department, Sgt. Gabe Stroud.

3. Seymour VFW (Veterans of foreign Wars) Post No. 1502, “showing the colors.”

4. Seymour American Legion Post No. 306.

5. Grand Marshal Bob Crump.

6. Decorated bicycles.

7. 2021 Seymour Apple Festival Princess Chaney Watson.

8. 2021 Seymour Apple Festival First Runner-Up Taylor Cantrell.

9. 2021 Seymour Apple Festival Second Runner-Up Allysann Baker.

10. 2021 Seymour Apple Festival Third Runner-Up Keirsten Akers.

11. 2021 Seymour Apple Festival Miss Congeniality Elianna Wallace.

12. 2021 Seymour Apple Princess candidates.

13. Seymour High School “Tiger Pride” marching band.

14. Seymour Boy Scouts.

15. U.S. Rep. Vicky Hartzler float.

16. Jerry Kleier in a historic carriage with Todd and Stacy Kleier.

17. Karla Eslinger, state senator for the 33rd District, accompanied by a 1956 Chevy Bel-Air driven by David Eslinger.

18. “Ride The Thin Red & Blue Line,” six side-by-sides representing the 13 fallen soldiers in Afghanistan.

19. Circle K Trading Post.

20. Mean Greens Farm, Matt and Therrin Dickinson.

21. Victory Academy.

22. Little Blessings Day Care.

23. Weston Bennett.

24. Caleb Schreffler.

25. Evolution Arts & Athletics.

26. Four-wheelers.

27. Shrine Corvette Unit, 2014 C7 black Stingray Coupe; 1990 C4 red Corvette convertible; 2012 C6 yellow Sport Coupe.

28. Southern Webster County fire truck.

29. Abou Ben Adhem Shrine Directors Staff.

30. Seymour First Baptist Church.

31. Southern Webster County Fire Protection District firefighters.

32. Yates Boys Towing & Recovery.

33. Yates Boys’ Towing & Recovery, eight tow trucks.

34. Mike’s Locksmith.

35. The Hartville High School marching band.

36. Seymour Nazarene Church entries.

37. Seymour Logistics Trucking Company and service truck.

38. Fordland High School marching band.

39. J&L Tire of Ava.

40. Lessli Pruett, realtor with Keller Williams Realty.

41. Atnip Excavating.

42. John West, B-Mod Dirt Racing Track.

43. 1930 Model A driven by Floyd Welch.

44. 1931 Ford HiBoy driven by John Claxton.

45. 1953 Ford Custom Liner driven by Gilbert Lawson.

46. Model A Bishop.

47. 1946 Ford Coupe driven by Bob Sewell.

48. 1960 VW Tunnel Buggy driven by Tom and Cheryl Valeika.

49. 1968 Camaro SS Convertible driven by Beverly Lynch.

50. 1965 VW driven by Danny VanEaton.

51. 1991 Ford Mustang convertible driven by Jimmy Stanley.

52. 1969 Chevy Camaro driven by Matt and Julie Ervin.

53. 1941 Chevy Coupe driven by Larry Schuder.

54. 1975 Buick LeSabre driven by Kenny Baker.

55. 1954 Chevy driven by Eric Norheim.

56. 1957 Chevy driven by Gary and Jean Corder.

57. 1955 Ford Crown Victoria driven by Vic and Rosalie Claxton.

58. 1937 Pontiac driven by Dan and Dea Schuder.

59. 1957 Chevy BelAir driven by Rick Lynch.

60. 1968 Mercury Monterrey driven by Todd Lawrence.

61. 1935 Ford truck driven by Mick Pool and his grandkids.

62. 1954 Chevrolet 3800 1-ton driven by Earl Suggs.

63. 1947 Mercury Coupe Eight driven by Josh Eaton.

64. 1991 Mustang convertible driven by Butch Rodgers.

65. 1979 Chevelle.

66. 1987 Mustang.

67. 2003 Mustang driven by Roz Richerson.

68. 1969 Camaro driven by Sarah Seber and Austin Seber.

69. 1936 Buick driven by Rick Heckendorn.

70. 1970 Dodge SuperBee driven by J.D. Cummins.

71. 1971 Dodge SuperBee driven by Sandy Cummins and Debi Sanders.

72. Blue Blown Corvette with Eagles driven by Lyle Glenn.

73. Monster Jeep driven by Jerimy Glenn.

74. 1953 Chevy driven by Ronnie Kensinger.

75. 1957 Chevy driven by W.L. Burks.

76. 1969 Mach 1 driven by Daniel Cummins.

77. 15 horses and a pony.

78. “Pooper Scooper” Jeff Rowe with his nephew and assistant, Garrett Rowe.

This year’s festival stepped off at 10 a.m. Saturday morning and ended just before 11 a.m.

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