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100-104, 106, 107A/B, 108D, 108E


100 - Livermore Police Department
HERE COMES OUR PARADE! Following tradition, the first in our line-up is the Livermore Police Department Motor officers are from the LPD Traffic Unit, which concentrates on traffic education and enforcement. The 1954 Chevy was restored and donated to the Livermore Police Department by the Altamont Cruisers. The car is used at community events such as National Night Out, Halloween Trick or Treat and a variety of other events. Inside is Police Chief Mike Harris, who is also a Rotarian, and Crime Prevention Specialist Nikki Aguon, who is also the LPD Volunteer Advisor. And the marching group here is the Police Explorers. This program for young men and women 15-21 years old offers experiential learning with lots of fun-filled, hands-on activities to promote the growth and development of adolescent youth.

 

 

 

 

101 - VFW Post # 7265 Color Guard
2nd Place - Color Guard (Senior)

Please stand, if you can, remove your hat, and place your right hand over your heart in recognition of the presentation of our National Colors. They are carried by the Color Guard for the Livermore Valley Post #7265, Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States.
Carrying the colors are:
from WWII, Keith Andersen age 90
from the Viet Nam conflict, Joe Rovalinsky, 66
also from Vietnam, Harold Kurz, age 69
from the Iraq War, Mike Gilmore, age 47 (just a kid!)
led by Vietnam Veteran Bob Rochin, age 66.
Riding in the Ford Jeep are
from WWII, Al Alviso, age 92, Leonard Gregory, age 90,
and Bo Wong, age 87,
and the driver, Vietnam Veteran, Ron Gillette, age 69.

 

 

 

102 - Alameda County Sheriff's Mounted Posse
Equestrian Sweepstakes Award
1st Place - Sheriff Posse

The Alameda County Sheriff Department Mounted Posse representing Sheriff Gregory J. Ahern, under the direction of Captain Linda Post. As always, they are proud to be here to celebrate the 2016 Livermore Rodeo.

 

 

103 - Miss Livermore Rodeo Pro Queen 2016, Michelle Hewitt
And here is Miss Livermore Rodeo Queen for 2016, Michelle Hewitt.
Michelle is honored and excited to represent the “World's Fastest Rodeo”. She is 19-years old, resides on her family's ranch in Tracy, and attends San Joaquin Delta College, to pursue her dream of becoming a large animal veterinarian.
Michelle thanks her family, friends, sponsors, and the Livermore Community for making this amazing rodeo and her title possible.

 

 

104 - Livermore Junior Rodeo Queen for 2016 Anna Lalonde
Close behind is Livermore Rodeo Junior Queen, Anna Lalonde.
She is riding her horse Mister Coffee Cat who is also known as Decaf. She can't wait to see you at the Jr. Rodeo, the 3rd weekend in June!
And, as you can tell, she is very proud to be serving as the Miss Livermore Rodeo Junior Queen.

 

 

 
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106 - Livermore Stockman's Rodeo Assn./ Livermore Rodeo Foundation Presidents
Riding in a 1930 Rat Rod, driven by Alyssa Perry, we have Donnie Perry, president of the Livermore Stockmen’s Rodeo Association, and Kathleen Minser, president of the Livermore Rodeo Foundation. Both are longtime Livermore residents and have been a part of the Rodeo for many years.
They're looking forward to seeing all of you today and tomorrow at Livermore’s 98th “World’s Fastest Rodeo.”
Gates open at 11am and the Grand Entry is at 3pm.

 

 

107A - Livermore Rodeo 1st Stage Coach with Grand Marshall, Jacquie Williams-Courtright
Here come the historic Livermore Rodeo stagecoaches. Riding on top on this first stagecoach is our parade Grand Marshal, Jacquie Willliams-Courtright (and with her is husband Tom.) Inside are members of their family.
Jacquie owns Alden Lane Nursery here in Livermore, which was founded by her parents Jack and Ruth Williams. For 25 years she has been the host of channel 30's The Valley Gardener, a program featuring gardening topics.
Jacquie has had many, many honors over the years and among them was being chosen as president of our Rotary club in 2007-2008. She also served on the city's Beautification Committee, Zone 7, the Chamber of Commerce Board, Alameda County Fair Board, etc., etc.
Congratulations, Jacquie. You truly are Grand!

 

 

 

107B - Livermore Rodeo 2nd Stage Coach
Next, making its annual appearance in the Rodeo Parade is the second of the stage coaches owned and maintained by the Rodeo Association.
The City of Livermore originally owned 8 coaches, more than any other city in California.
These 2 coaches are over 100 years old and have been rescued and restored by the Livermore Stockmen's Rodeo Association. They will be part of the Livermore Rodeo's “Grand Entry” both today and Sunday.
Riding in the stagecoach are the 2016 Cowgirl Honoree, Jane Rasmussen and her family.
Congratulations, Jane!

 

 

108D - Oakdale Rodeo Queen Rachelle Snitchler
Here we have the Oakdale Rodeo Queen, Rachelle Snitchler.

 

 

108E - Rowell Ranch Rodeo Queen Julia Chamberlain
And right behind her is the Rowell Ranch Rodeo Queen, Julia Chamberlain.

 

 

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