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#7 - Miss Livermore Rodeo Queen 2014 - Allison Harman


Please welcome our 2014 Livermore Rodeo Pro Queen Allison Harman. Allison is 22 years old and resides in Acampo. She attends Cosumnes River College where she is a double major in Agricultural Business and Animal Science. Allison is your typical All-American girl who loves to be in the saddle as much as possible with her horses Leo, Snuff, and Tucker. When she's not riding you can find her hanging out with friends and family, playing with her dog Cinch, or scrapbooking.


#8 - Livermore Junior Rodeo Queen for 2014 - Michelle Hewitt


Next, welcome our 2014 Livermore Junior Rodeo Queen, Michelle Hewitt. Michelle resides with her family on a ranch in Mountain House. She is 17 years old and a junior in high school. She looks forward to becoming a large animal veterinarian and a therapeutic riding instructor. In her free time, Michelle enjoys volunteering at Reins In Motion which is a riding center for disabled children. She also spends many evenings training her 4-H show pigs. Michelle is riding her horse, "Madeline." Michelle enjoys everything there is about showing and riding. To her, rodeo is not just a sport; it's a way of life.



#9 - Livermore Rodeo Princesses

Here we have the six Miss Livermore Rodeo Princesses in a horse-drawn open carriage – Parker Anderson, Faythe Fowler, Addison Hart, Savanna Johnson, Ava Lytle, Monica Rasmussen



#10 - 1923 Doane Truck


Please welcome Don Podesta, a long-time member and past president of the Livermore Stockman's Rodeo Association and this year's Rodeo Director. He's driving his 1923 DOANE chain driven truck. The truck was built in San Francisco and was used to haul freight from the docks until 1962. It's one of only 12 known to still exist. Don fully restored the truck himself and it will be on display at the Rodeo Grounds this weekend. Riding in the truck is the Podesta family and Livermore Downtown Event Coordinator, Troy Matthews, along with Marketing Director, Kara Johnsen.



#11 - Riata Ranch Cowboy Girls


Created in 1957, Riata Ranch International is under the direction of Jennifer Welch. Riata Ranch is dedicated to enriching young women through horsemanship and performance by building positive life skills in a safe environment. It’s a unique concept that teaches valuable life lessons of hard work, discipline, pride and respect. Didn't I see a TV movie titled Cowboy Girls not long ago? You can see the Riata Ranch Cowboy Girls perform their trick riding and roping today and tomorrow at the Livermore Rodeo. The Grand Entry starts at 3:00 at the Robertson Park Rodeo Grounds.





#12 - Parade Marshall, Sheila M. Fagliano


Next on horseback we proudly present our 2014 Rodeo Parade Grand Marshal, Sheila Cardoza-Fagliano. Sheila is a Livermore native and lives with her husband Paul and son Armando on their ranch outside Livermore. She's also the Community Relations Manager for Livermore Sanitation. Sheila is very involved in our community, actively participating in our Rotary Club, The Livermore Stockmen’s Rodeo Assoc., The Livermore Junior Rodeo, and several more. We thank Sheila and her family for their support to our community, and congratulate Sheila on being chosen Grand Marshal of our Parade! We're very proud of you!




#13 - Junction Ave. K-8 Color Guard


Please welcome the Junction Avenue School Color Guard. This year, the team competed in four Winter Color Guard Shows. They took a 1st place; 2nd place; 3rd place and a 4th place. They've also performed at Junction Avenue’s rallies and Open House. Today they will be performing to the "Dance of the Witches" by John Williams.





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