2019 LSOC Parade Beneficiary: Woodland Park Main Street
Proceeds from this year’s event will benefit Woodland Park Main Street. Woodland Park Main Street is part of a nationwide movement striving to revitalize historic buildings, foster community among businesses, and create a place where people feel connected. WPMS does not build, buy or finance new development. They are contributors.
Through their status as a Designated Main Street organization, they have access to grant monies for historic preservation and downtown revitalization. Their goal is to work in collaboration with key partners and organizations in planning for the future of downtown Woodland Park. Their army of volunteers help make it all possible!
2018 Beneficiary: The American Legion Eric V. Dickson Post 1980, Veterans of Foreign Wars Thomas Kelly Post 6051, The Lighter Side of Christmas Parade
2017 Beneficiary: Woodland Park Pikes Peak Lions Club
2016 Beneficiary: Friends of the Florissant Fossil Beds
2015 Beneficiary: Ute Pass Kiwanis
2014 Beneficiary: Ute Pass Symphony Guild
2013 Beneficiary: Woodland Park Community Cupboard
2012 Beneficiary: Girl Scouts of Colorado, Troop 249
2011 Beneficiary: Teller County Search and Rescue
2010 Beneficiary: Boy Scouts of America, Teller County
To apply to be the beneficiary of next year’s parade, please download the application. (40kb PDF) For additional information, please contact Tracie Bennitt at email@example.com 719-687-7375.