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Livermore Rodeo Parade 2013
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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 8, 2013.
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Entries 69-75

#69 - 1946 Chevy Truck

Next is Jay Brown and friends.
Jay is here to show off his recently restored 1946 2-ton Chevy Truck. This truck was built in Oakland, and spent its entire life working in the Livermore and Central Valleys.
Restored to "as new" condition, this Chevy truck is back to work on Jay's horse ranch in Hayward.


#70 - Junction Ave. K-8 Color Guard and Band

The Junction Avenue Band and Color Guard is proud to return to the Livermore Rotary Rodeo Parade!
This is the first group to participate since Junction Avenue School went to a K-8 format a few years ago, and they're very proud to be back and performing for everyone today.
You may notice a few really "grown-up" middle school kids in the band. We would like to thank our friends from Granada High School for going through the parade twice and mentoring these terrific young musicians. Thanks also to our color guard alumni.
Junction Avenue School's music director is Thomas Jones. Color Guard Advisor is Ginny George. Instructors are Nana Victoria and Megan Mejia.
Today they are preforming the "March of the Royal Guard" by David Gorham.




#71 - Eric Swalwell for Congress

Let's welcome our Congressman, Eric Swalwell.
Raised in Dublin, Congressman Swalwell proudly serves the residents of Dublin, San Ramon, Pleasanton, Livermore, Castro Valley, Union City, Hayward, and Fremont. He is committed to bringing new energy and new ideas to Washington. The Congressman thanks you all for coming out and supporting the Livermore Rodeo.



#72 - eLivermore.com

Here comes ever-faithful eLivermore.com.
This website is maintained by Bill Nale, today's official photographer. It provides information about Livermore and the Tri-Valley, including a community calendar, things to do, thousands of local photos and links to local organizations and businesses.
The web-site also includes a Livermore History section with hundreds of historical photos. If you want any information about our community, past, present, and future, visit eLivermore.com.
Photos of today’s Rodeo Parade will be posted on eLivermore.com later today, and will include at least one photo of each entry. The video will be up next week.


#73 - Living Bethlehem
Here's a new entry in our parade, the "Living Bethlehem".
Be transported back in time to over 2000 years ago and enter the village, a 30,000 sq. ft. re-creation of ancient Bethlehem. The village is alive with merchants and artisans demonstrating their crafts.
Witness a living re-creation of the Nativity with sheep, camel and donkey.
The 2013 Christmas season will be the second year of this live inter-active theatre production. Over 200 actors, crew, and volunteers from the Livermore community bring this pageant to life.
Join us December 12th through the 16th, Third and Church Streets, running nightly from 6 to 9pm. Admission is free.



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


Give a big hand for the Del Arroyo 4-H Club. They are a fun and exciting group of young kids who do everything under the sun. The Del Arroyo 4-H club is all about finding ways to; work, play, and grow with a purpose. They volunteer for many different causes around town. They also teach art, animal care, citizenship, public speaking, cooking and archery. The Del Arroyo 4-H club welcomes you to come and see for yourself.


#75 - Hindu Community and Cultural Center

Next is the Hindu Community & Cultural Center.
This non-profit organization incorporated in the Springtown area in 1977. Their goal is to serve the needs of the Hindu community in the Bay Area.
Over the years the Center has grown into a vibrant organization which offers Human Services, Youth and Education services, Cultural and Spiritual Services as part of its mission.
Hindu Community & Cultural Center actively supports local communities by hosting cultural performances and providing grant-in-aid dollars to multiple local and national service organizations.
They work with the Livermore Rotary Clubs to provide dictionaries to all 3rd grade students in the Livermore School District each school year.
The Center holds weekly free Health Clinics, Yoga classes, and sponsors a large health fair open to all community members on its campus once a year.
They are thankful to be part of the Livermore Community.






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