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Livermore Rodeo Parade 2019
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#83  Camp Bow Wow Tri-Valley
Camp Bow Wow is a premier dog care provider in Livermore that specializes in doggy day-care and overnight boarding services. With climate-controlled play areas, dogs will get the exercise, socialization, and attention they deserve.




#84  Cactus Corners Youth Square Dancers
1st Place - Amateur Float

Come enjoy the sun, tropical breezes, and clear blue ocean as the Cactus Corners Square Dancers present our American folk dance Hawaiian style.

American square dancing is enjoyed all over the world and is valued as an American original.

Many of these dancers are Alameda County 4-H members starting at age 6 years old. Ed Kuidis is their caller and instructor.








#85  Del Arroyo 4-H Club
2nd Place - Novelty Unit Junior

Del Arroyo 4-H Club serves members ages 5 through 19 from Livermore and surrounding cities. They offer a variety of projects, events, and community service activities based on the member families’ interests and abilities.



#86  Native Daughters of the Golden West
Here are the Native Daughters of the Golden West.

Angelita Parlor #32 Livermore, was formed in May of 1888. This is a fraternal and patriotic organization founded on the principles of Love of Home, Devotion to the Flag, Veneration of the Pioneers, and Faith in the existence of God.

They are California born women who participate statewide in their Children's Foundation, Veterans Welfare, Mission and Lighthouse Restoration, and Scholarships.

Join Native Daughters of the Golden West and help make our Golden State prosper.



#87  1948 International Harvester Farmall Cub Tractor
2nd Place - Antique Vehicles

This is a 1948 McCormick Farmall Cub Tractor. The Cub means it was the smallest in the Farmall line of tractors. The Teddy Bear was used to advertise and sell the tractor. In 1948 you could buy the Cub for $500.

Larry Kuntz of Livermore is the owner and driver.

#89  Mendenhall Middle School Mustang Marching Band
The Mendenhall Middle School Marching Band is proud to participate in the 2019 Livermore Rodeo Parade.

They're under the Direction of Ms. Jo Anne Fosselman. With Drum Major James Ng they will perform “Tribute to America”.













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