The Spectrum City Dance/Crimestoppers entry was named best dance group.

List of winners from Prince Rupert’s Seafest

Below is a list of winners from different events held during Seafest 2012 in Prince Rupert.

  • Jun. 12, 2012 7:00 a.m.

Below is a list of winners from different events held during Seafest 2012 in Prince Rupert.


Seafest parade:

Best Overall Entry – Canadian Coast Guard

Best Community Entry:

1st – Vietnamese Young Generation Group

2nd – Sons of Norway

3rd – Royal Purple

Best Theme Entry:

1st: Northern Savings Credit Union

2nd – Overwaitea

3rd: Fellowship Baptist

Best Out of Town:

1st -Kitkatla Lach Klan School

2nd – City of Terrace

Best Marching Band:

1st – Coast Tsimshian Academy Band

2nd – Middle School Marching Band

3rd – Filipino Canadian Association

Best Dance Group:

1st – Spectrum City Dance/Crimestoppers

2nd – Indo-Canadian Sikh Association

3rd – Filipino Canadian Association


The Quick and the Daring:

1st place Czech warriors

2nd sink or swim

3rdf RemCan


14th Annual Jim Ciccone Memorial 3-on-3 Basktball Challenge:

Grade 2 & 3 Division: 1st – Ironman 4 , 2nd – Rupert Thunder.

Grade 4 & 5 Division: 1st – Cooks Diamond Backs , 2nd – Rupert Thunda.

Grade 8 & 9 Division: 1st – C T A Devils , 2nd – Saanich Knights.

Grade 10 to 12 Division: 1st – The Simpsons , 2nd – Chive on Chivers.

Womens Division: 1st – Oldies but Goodies , 2nd – Hoops, I did it again.

Mens Division: 1st – Yo Babies Daddies , 2nd – Chiefs.


4-on-4 hockey

Novice: One Timers

Atom: Northern Landscaping Bobcats

PeeWee: Rupert Cleaners Thunderbirds

Bantam/Midget: FUBAR

Senior: The Vet’s


Seafest Window Decorating Contest:

1st place – Oceanside Sports

2nd place – Leanne’s Pet Shop

3rd place – Gary’s Lock Shop

Honourable Mention – Rainforest Books

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