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115 - Alameda County District Attorney Nancy O'Malley
On our club president's tail is the Alameda County District Attorney, Nancy O'Malley.
District Attorney O’Malley is a leader in victims’ rights and has led the charge for increased protections for victims through her legislative work. She is known nationally for her many innovative programs, including elder and child abuse, prescription drug fraud, and environmental violations.
DA O’Malley also created, pioneered, and developed a number of programs in Alameda County, including HEAT Watch - an anti-human-trafficking initiative that has become a national model. Over the last decade, her office has obtained restitution orders of over $125 million for victims of crime in Alameda County.
She's been a very busy woman!

 

 

116 - Community Service Award Recipient, Livermore Homeless Refuge
Our Community Service Award recipients this year, Donna and Bob McKenzie, founders of the Livermore Homeless Refuge, accepted the award on behalf of the volunteers who have worked to make the service a success for the past seven years.
Their goal is to provide a clean, dry, safe, and warm place for people who need a place to stay. Three local churches act as host on a rotating schedule, with weekends at the First Presbyterian Church.
Bob and Donna remind us that being homeless does not define a person; it only defines a condition.
Congratulations to you, Bob and Donna. You deserve this award – and our thanks for making our community a better place.

 

 

117 - Directors of LARPD
Riding today are Directors of the Livermore Area Recreation and Park District: Chairman Bob Coomber, Beth Wilson and Maryalice Faltings. (Steve Goodman, David Furst?) Driving this 1967 Pontiac GTO is owner Dick Jones. The second car was loaned by our local Toyota dealer.
LARPD is our park and recreation agency in the Livermore area. It operates all of the neighborhood parks, swimming pools and sports fields, as well as the Robert Livermore Community Center, ESS School Aged Childcare, Sycamore Grove Park, local trails, and the Robertson Park rodeo grounds.

 

 

 

 

118 - Alameda County Fire Truck with Scott Haggerty, County Supervisor
Next up we have two-time Team Penning champ, Alameda County Supervisor Scott Haggerty.
Scott serves as President of the Board, and represents the cities of Livermore, Dublin, Fremont and Unincorporated East County. Throughout his 20 years in office, Supervisor Haggerty has remained a staunch advocate for 4H, the agriculture community, and land use planning issues.
Scott, with his family and staff, thank you all for your continued support, and extend best wishes to all for a fun and safe weekend at this year’s Livermore Rodeo.

 

 

119 - National Charity League Inc. Livermore Chapter
Next we have the Livermore Chapter of National Charity League, Inc.
For 50 years, NCL has thrived as a mother-daughter organization committed to community service, leadership development and cultural experiences. With 200 chapters and 55,000 members, NCL has brought mothers and daughters together to devote 1.3 million service hours to their communities.
The Livermore chapter contributes to those hours by volunteering at Open Heart Kitchen, Walk for Arthritis, Taylor Family Foundation, Relay for Life and other organizations.

 

 

 

120 - St. Bartholomew's Episcopal Church
Saint Bartholomew's Episcopal church is located at 678 Enos Way in Livermore.
Sunday service in the summer at 9:30 am with childcare.
This summer join us for our Arts @ Barts Camp featuring "Joseph and his Technicolor Dream Coat". We will explore Joseph's journey from being thrown in a well by his jealous brothers to his rise as the Pharaoh's trusted advisor. Camp runs July 11-15 from 9am to Noon. Open to youngsters ages 3 to 12 at $30 per camper.
They hope to see you there!"

 

 

 

121 - Assemblywoman Catharine Baker
Please welcome Assemblywoman Catharine Baker.
She represents the 16th District in the California State Assembly which includes Livermore, and the greater Tri-Valley.
A long-time resident of the area, Assemblywoman Baker is a small business counselor and mother of young twins.
In the Assembly she is fighting for education, smarter infrastructure, and sound financial footing for our state.
She is honored to be here today and is thankful to the Livermore Rotary Club for hosting the parade!

 

 

122 - HD Gymnastics
HD Gymnastics is located at 230 S. Vasco Rd.
They offer classes for preschool, tumbling, open gym, birthday parties, competitive gymnasts, and more.
The staff is dedicated to helping all participants reach their potential, both physically and mentally, through gymnastics. They provide an environment that cultivates listening skills, confidence, self-esteem, self-discipline and responsibility.
This summer they'll offer both full-day and half-day camps. It's a great way to stay busy and active during the summer break from school.
Again, that's at 230 S. Vasco Rd., just south of the 580 freeway.

 

 

 

 

 


 


123 - Berkshire Hathaway Home Services Drysdale Properties
Berkshire Hathaway Home Services – Drysdale Properties is located at the corner of Second and South L Street.
Helping the fine folks in the Livermore Tri-Valley find their American Dream.
Stop by today and receive a free photo from their photo booth in front of their Second Street entry!
Let our local realtors deliver the keys to your new home!

 

 

 

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