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Livermore Rodeo Parade 2019
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#23  Livermore Mayor and City Council Members
Mayor John Marchand, the City Council, and their families welcome everyone to Livermore’s 101st annual Rodeo.

The Council congratulates the Stockmen’s Association on their 100th Anniversary and thanks them for their contributions to the City and our agricultural heritage. I see the mayor, Councilman…(whoever you can identify)





#24  Directors of LARPD
And the next entry is the Livermore Area Recreation and Park District who has been providing our parks and recreation needs since 1947. Representing LARPD today we have members of the Board of Directors Philip Pierpont, Maryalice Sommers-Faltings, and Beth Wilson, along with new General Manager, Mat Fuzie.

LARPD offers a wide variety of classes and programs for all ages and operates 45 parks, 7 dog parks, plus Sycamore Grove Park and Brushy Peak, both open space parks.










#25  Alameda County Fire Truck with Scott Haggerty, County Supervisor
Next up we have two-time Team Penning champ, Alameda County Supervisor Scott Haggerty. Scott represents the District 1 cities of Livermore, Dublin, Fremont and the Unincorporated East County. Currently serving his 23rd year in office, throughout his career Supervisor Haggerty has remained a staunch advocate for the agricultural community. Scott and staff thank you for your continued support and extend best wishes to all for a fun and safe weekend at this year's Rodeo.
#26  Hindu Community and Cultural Center
The Hindu Community & Cultural Center is a non-profit organization incorporated in the Springtown area in 1977.

Over the years, the HCCC has grown into a vibrant organization that offers Community, Cultural and Spiritual service which include Food Drives, School Scholarships, Senior Services, and many others. They are open to all.

The Hindu Community and Cultural Center believe in serving God through serving humanity and they are proud to be a part of our Livermore Community.


































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