NewsMerville entry takes top trophy at Courtenay Canada Day parade SHARE ON: Troy Landreville, staff Friday, Jul. 26th, 2019 The Billy Browne Jr. CFCP Memorial Trophy goes to the Merville Community Association as this year’s Best Overall Entry at the Courtenay Canada Day Parade. (Supplied by the City of Courtenay)The results are in from the Canada Day parade in Courtenay.The Merville Community Association takes home the Billy Browne Jr. CFCP Memorial Trophy as this year’s Best Overall Entry. The trophy had been awarded in the past up until 1996 and has now made its return in 2019. The trophy will be on display in possession of the winner of the Best Overall Entry from this year’s parade and will be up for grabs again next year. This year’s parade winners included:Best Overall Entry – Merville Community AssociationRunner Up – Rotary Club of Comox——————————————————————————————————Best Themed Entry – J.Puddleduck PreschoolRunner up – Comox Valley Search and Rescue ——————————————————————————————————Best Commercial Entry – Canadian Tire Red TruckRunner Up – Axe Capoeira Club ——————————————————————————————————Best Organization Entry – Comox Valley Pipe BandRunner Up – L’Arche Comox Valley ——————————————————————————————————Honorable Mention – HMCS AlberniRunner up – Comox Valley Geek Society ——————————————————————————————————Best Antique Car – Comox Valley Cruisers AmbulanceRunner Up – Kenny Shaw Car ——————————————————————————————————Best Decorated Car – North Island College, Elder CollegeRunner Up – Cumberland May Day Queen Vehicle ——————————————————————————————————Best Individual Comic – Man on StiltsRunner Up – Caring Clowns of the Comox ValleyPrize money can be picked up at the Florence Filberg Centre Monday to Friday from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm after August 6th.