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The rodeo parade is on Saturday morning of "Rodeo Weekend", which is the second weekend of June.  It is held on 2nd Street.  These pictures are from June 11, 2011.
Over 1500 photos were taken.  If you would like the photos of your entry, please email webservant@elivermore.com.  There is no charge.
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Entries 246 to 253
Descriptions are from the Rodeo Parade Script that was used by the announcers.

#246 - Livermore Valley Joint Unified School District

Please welcome the Livermore Valley Joint Unified School District Board members. With them today are staff members and students from the District.

#247 - Livermore Veterans Foundation

Give a big hand to the Livermore Veterans Foundation. They are a non-profit organization who's mission is to support our troops by fascilitating access to resources, both private and public, through partnering with business, government and civic organizations. Their organization's four main missions are ..Sending CARE packages and mail, supporting military families, providing welcome home events for returning troops and providing a supportive community for wounded warriors. Livermore Military Families is a new group providing networking and support for families of deployed military members and they play a key role in supporting the efforts of the foundation. The Warrior Watch Riders provide honor guards to show respect for fallen heroes and their families. They also provide welcome home honors for returning military. The groups want all military to know they are backing them by providing honor, support and prayers for the safe return of all.


#248 - Livermore High School Cowboy Marching Band

Please welcome the Livermore High School Cowboy Band. The band is led by Drum Major Tim Jessup, Colorguard Captain Courtney Lemmon and Drum Captains Christian Tudino and Alan Schellenberger. Today, the Cowboy Band will be performing "Battle Hymn of the Republic".






#249 - Livermore High School Alumni Association

Next is the Livermore High School Alumni Association (LHSAA). Ken Watt, LHS Class of 67, is driving his John Deer tractor pulling a trailer with the Livermore Alumni Association Board of Directors. Their group is creating opportunities for LHS Alumni to interact with fellow alumni and provide an ongoing support for Livermore High School in their mission of "preparing every student for future education and productive citizenship." Where graduates and supporters of Livermore High come together and make a difference for Livermore High School.


#250 - Oakland Black Cowboy Association
3rd Place - Mounted Group (Senior)

The Oakland Black Cowboy Association returns to our parade each year to help celebrate our Rodeo weekend. This Non-profit group's goal is to educate the public about the role African Americans played in building and settling the old west. The group shares the little known histories of the Black Cowboy, which, according to some historians, made up as much as 25% of Cowboys in the west after the Civil War. They also host a parade and festival drawing nationwide cowboys, trick riders, and other community organizations. Welcome back, nice to have you with us yet another year!


Note - #252 is on page 6

#253 - Alameda County Cattlewomen
2nd Place -
Amateur Float (Self-P, Towed)

This float is presented by the Alameda County Cattlewomen. Their group was established in 1956 and has consistently worked toward increasing educational awareness about beef, and to promote a better understanding of the various roles the beef industry plays in the environment and the nation's economy.



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