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Entries 9A through 15


#9A  SPURS in Motion
The Livermore Rodeo introduces SPURS group of young adults. These 16-23 year-olds represent “Students Promoting the Understanding of Rodeo Success”.

 

 

#10  Miss Rodeo Oakdale 2017
Here we have the Oakdale Rodeo Queen for 2017, McKensey Middleton. She is here today with her horse Sugar from the Cowboy Capital of the World, Oakdale, California.
McKensey and Sugar invite you all to the Oakdale Rodeo, held the second weekend in April every year.

 

 

#11  2017 Rowell Ranch Jr. Rodeo Queen
Please welcome Mayson Bothwell riding her horse Oakly. Mayson is the 2017 Miss Rowell Ranch Jr. Rodeo Queen.
Mayson and Oakly invite you to attend the Rowell Ranch Jr. Rodeo on August 5th and 6th.

 

 

#11A  2017 Rowell Ranch Rodeo Queen
Please Welcome, from Hayward, Megan Stevens, Miss 2017 Rowell Ranch Rodeo Queen. She is proud to be representing the Rowell Ranch Rodeo which is held the third weekend in May every year.

 

 

 

#12  Livermore Chamber of Commerce
Howdy to the Livermore Valley Chamber of Commerce and congratulations on its 80th Diamond Anniversary!
Riding aboard the Livermore Wine Trolley, led by Chairman Brendan Findley from Wente and Chamber CEO Dawn Argula, are its board of directors and former chairmen/women, representing over 600 businesses and organizations powering our economy.

 

 

 

 

#13  East Avenue Middle School Dolphin Band
The East Avenue Dolphin Band is again thrilled to play for the community in the Rodeo Parade.
They've just completed another year of wonderful music. They have five performing groups among the 193 student musicians. They've enjoyed playing for friends and family alike.
And now, under the baton of Drum Major Alex Jones, here’s the East Avenue Dolphin Band performing Silver Eagle by Andrew Balent.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

#14  Grand Marshall Congressman Eric Swalwell
The Grand Marshall for our parade this year is Rep. Eric Swalwell. Eric grew up in Dublin and has represented the 15th Congressional District since 2013. He co-chairs the Democratic Steering and Policy Committee; founded and chairs Future Forum, House Democrats’ millennial outreach group; and serves on the Intelligence and Judiciary committees. And he's a new father! Little Nelson was born about 2 weeks ago. Congratulations, Congressman!

 

 

 

 

 

 

#15  Community Service Award Winner - Livermore Valley Education Foundation
Our Community Service Award Winner for 2017 is the Livermore Valley Education Foundation.
The LVEF mission is to champion exceptional educational opportunities for all LVJUSD students through the generosity of our community.
The Livermore Valley Education Foundation was founded in 1991 to ease the impact of funding cuts on the Livermore Valley Joint Unified School District. Since then the organization substantially increased its overall support to LVJUSD programs involving the community's children, teens, and teachers.
Over the past 7 years, LVEF has awarded more than $4 million through school block grants, Rotary matching grants, scholarships, teachers' awards, Flash Grants, Innovation in Education Grants, and more.
LVEF is run by a local all-volunteer board of directors dedicated to addressing contemporary funding challenges.

 

 

 

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