West Seattle Grand Parade 2014, report #4: Hi-Yu royalty

It’s West Seattle Hi-Yu‘s 80th anniversary – so here’s a separate look at their West Seattle Grand Parade appearance:

This year’s contingent included the first male Hi-Yu royalty to appear in a West Seattle parade, Senior Court Prince Hang:

Last year’s Senior Court queen, April Davis, is on the left below, riding with other participants in the Seafair Scholarship Program for Women – that coronation at next Saturday’s Torchlight Parade downtown:

After their time on the parade route was done, this year’s royalty gathered to watch the rest of the parade:

They’re scheduled to be in the Torchlight Parade too. And if you know a young lady or gentleman who might want to be part of Hi-Yu next year … watch westseattlehiyu.com for information on how to apply.

PARADE COVERAGE: One more photo gallery ahead, later Sunday – with the people and sights not already shown here or in these previous reports:

#3: The winners
#2: The Kiddie Parade
#1: First quick clips

(Also, a separate report on the Float Dodger 5K)

All our Grand Parade coverage over the years is archived here.

1 Reply to "West Seattle Grand Parade 2014, report #4: Hi-Yu royalty"

  • Sw Dakota - Sw Andover July 20, 2014 (9:39 am)

    I live in the Genesse neighborhood and will be picking up trash along parade route between Dakota and Andover putting it out here on our community blog will possibly get others to venture out and volunteer along a stretch of Calironia Ave. Sw.

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