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Livermore Rodeo Parade 2012
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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 9, 2012.
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Entries 58 to 64

#58 - KKIQ Radio Station
Welcome the KKIQ mobile van, all dressed up in western gear to celebrate the Livermore Rodeo. The "Home Town" radio station 101.7 celebrating our home town.

#59 - Madhatters 4x4 Club of Northern California

Our next group is the Madhatters 4x4 Club of Northern California. Established in 1978, this is a family oriented four wheel drive club. The club meets at 7:30 pm on the fourth Tuesday of the month at Round Table Pizza on Stanley Blvd., in Livermore. They schedule one run per month and have an annual summer picnic. The Madhatters support numerous official California 4-wheel drive events and they finish off the year with a Christmas party and fund raiser. They also support legislation to preserve off road access to state and federal lands. They welcome all 4x4 enthusiasts from the hard core rock crawlers to the too cute to crunch vehicles. They invite you to come and join them in the fun and challenge of "four wheeling".





#60 - Cub Scout Pack 914

Here comes the Mighty 914! Cub Scout Pack 914 of Livermore has been going strong for over 35 years by staying healthy and fit with all of their outdoor activities. Cub scout pack 914 meets at Rancho Las Positas Elementary School. Let's all cheer on these future leaders.

#61 - Tequila's Taqueria

A big welcome for the entry from Tequilas Taqueria, home of the best Mexican food in Livermore! Located at 160 S. Livermore Ave., they have the best prices, great homemade food and great music. They also love their horses. Come visit them in downtown Livermore. Owner Jose Solorzano and his family are here with their Mexican Dancing Horses.









#62 - Agavero Charro Association

Welcome the Agavero Charro Association from Castro Valley. They are here to entertain you with their Charro Dress and beautiful Dancing Horses.










#63 - Christoffersen Construction/Girl Scout Group

Our next entry is sponsored by Christoffersen Construction, a local, family owned and operated company doing business for more than 25 years, specializing in custom finish work, window and door replacement, and any home improvements needs. Christoffersen Construction sponsors Girl Scout Brownie Troop # 30352, led by Jessica Salamida from Sunset Elementary School. The float’s theme is "barn-yard pig pen" with the girls dressed like piggies. Good Job Girls!

#64 - G And M Farms Cow Train
Our next entry is a crowd favorite, the "Cow Train" from G & M Farms. The Cow Train is a ride for children and adults at their annual Pumpkin Patch and Corn Maze right here in Livermore. The unit is towed by an Airport "tug" and resembles a herd of Holstein cows. A-a-a-l-l Aboard!



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