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58 - 1944 WWII GPW Jeep
1st Place - Antique Vehicles
 

 

Please welcome David Miller and his 1944 GPW Ford Jeep. Roughly 640,000 of these jeeps were manufactured by the Ford Motor Company and the Willys-Overland Company during World War II. What distinguishes this vehicle from the other Jeeps of its vintage is that it was used extensively in the 20th Century Fox series M.A.S.H. It also had roles in the movies Patton and Tora! Tora! Tora! Today David would like to make a special salute to the Korean War veterans who live in and around our city.

 


59 - Mosaic Lodge No. 218 F. & A. M.

 

And here are members of the Livermore Masons, Mosaic Lodge # 218, Free & Accepted Masons of California. This is the oldest lodge in the tri-valley, established in 1872. The Worship Master for 2014 is Peter M. Patterson. Officers and members of the lodge are accompanying him. The young ladies belong to the International Order of Rainbow for Girls, which is one of the 3 youth groups sponsored by Masons.
 

 

 


60 - Madhatters 4x4 Club of Northern California
1st Place - Classic & Custom Vehicles

 

The Madhatters 4x4 Club, is a family-oriented organization, established in 1978. They're affiliated with the California Association of Four Wheel Drive Clubs, headquartered in Sacramento. The members work closely with the U.S. Forrest Service to help maintain trails for everyone to enjoy and they support legislation to preserve off-road vehicle access rights to State and Federal lands. The club welcomes all 4WD enthusiasts at any level to join in the fun and challenge of "four wheeling." The club meets at 7:30 p.m. on the 4th Tuesday of every month at Mountain Mike's Pizza on First Street.
 


 

 

 

 

 

 


61 - eLivermore.com
 

 

Here we have Weston and Caleb Nale, with their dog, Hillary, presenting eLivermore.com, a website created and maintained by our parade photographer Bill Nale to provide information about Livermore and the Tri-Valley. The website includes a community calendar, Things to Do, thousands of local photos and links to local organizations and businesses. There's a Livermore History section with hundreds of historical photos. For any information about Livermore, visit eLivermore.com. Rodeo Parade photos will be posted later today and will include at least one photo of each entry. You'll also find a link to the parade video. Thanks for doing this, Bill. You're a real asset to our community.
 

 


62 - Mendenhall Middle School Mustang Marching Band
 

The Mendenhall Mustang Marching Band is proud to represent Mendenhall Middle School in the 2014 Livermore Rodeo Parade. Under the Direction of Mr. Randy Watson, with Drum Major Raenelli Orlino, this 63 member marching unit will perform "Welcome March".
 


 

 

 

 

 

 


63 - 1948 International Harvester Farmall Cub Tractor
2nd Place - Antique Vehicles
 

 

This tractor is a 1948 International Harvester Farmall Cub. It's the smallest of the Farmall line, with ten horsepower, and has all the farm implements of the larger Farmall tractors. 47,000 of these tractors were sold for $500 each in 1948. Larry Kuntz is the owner and driver, here with his son Matt. They did a complete restoration of this tractor in 1992 and enjoy showing off their work. Larry's grandson and two granddaughters are spectators here at the parade, waiting for their dad Matt and Granddad to take them on a ride later today.

 

 


64 - KKIQ Radio Station
1st Place - Commercial
 

 

101.7 KKIQ is Livermore’s hometown radio station playing today’s hits and yesterday’s favorites! Today the KKIQ van is the hometown bull, ready for the rodeo! Stay in touch with what’s happening in your community with local traffic, news and weather! Listen online at K- K- I- Q dot com or tune your radio to 101.7 KKIQ!
 


 

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