Time to register for Yakima’s Sunfair Parade


Everyone loves a parade, and Yakima’s 61st Annual Sunfair Parade is back this year on September 24 in downtown Yakima. For many people, it’s a tradition to attend the parade and then head to the Central Washington State Fair, which runs Sept. 23 through Oct. 2 at State Fair Park in Yakima. This year’s parade is sponsored by Yakima Federal Savings and Loan, the local bank that has stepped up to fund a number of community events, including Yakima’s big 4th of July celebration.

Want to be part of the parade? NOW is the time to register!

This year’s Sunfair Parade begins at 10:00 a.m. on Saturday, September 24 and follows the same route as in previous years starting at 16th and Yakima Avenue and ending in Naches
Street. If you want to be part of the parade this year, the deadline to register is September 16. Paul Crawford, organizer of this year’s parade hopes a lot of people will get involved. “We really love seeing local businesses, clubs, schools and everyone else come and join us in the parade. It’s great fun and you don’t have to be very fancy, just a little creative. It just takes to apply and go out and have fun.”

All kinds of organizations are welcome

A press release from Yakima Federal Savings and Loan states “Area businesses, schools, or organizations interested in participating can pick up an application at any Yakima Federal Savings and Loan, Ron’s Coins & Collectables, Yakima Chamber of Commerce, or the parade webpage www. .yakimaparades.com

The registration deadline is midnight, Friday, September 16, 2022. Those with questions about the parade can email them to: [email protected]

Yakima Federal Savings and Loan is headquartered in Yakima, WA. and has been in business since 1905. With $2 billion in assets, the association is the 10th largest Washington-based FDIC-insured financial institution.”

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