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79 - Granada Baptist Church
3rd Place - Classic & Custom Vehicles


Next we have an entry from Granada Baptist Church located on Concannon Blvd. , featuring, Pastor David O’Brien and Pastor Frelic Tapia, along with members of the church. They invite you to a showing of "The Last Ounce of Courage” at the church on Sunday night after the Rodeo. The movie starts at 7:00 p.m. in English and 8:15 in Spanish. Bring the entire family and enjoy a movie, for free, that carries the Chuck Norris stamp of approval. Granada Baptist is located at 945 Concannon Blvd. Services are every Sunday at 11 am, in English and Spanish.



80 - Christensen Middle School Cougar Marching Band


The Christensen Middle School Cougar Marching Band, under the musical direction of Mike Divita, is performing for the 16th year in the Livermore Rodeo Parade. Located in Springtown, the Christensen Cougar Marching Band has 60 students marching today. The combined group, under the leadership of drum major Molly Brooks, will perform “Welcome March" by Harold Bennett arranged by Larry Clark. GO COUGARS!!




81 - American Cancer Society, Relay for Life-Livermore

Relay for Life events honor cancer survivors, remember loved ones lost, and fight back against this dreaded disease. The funds raised truly make a difference -- just ask one of the nearly 14 million cancer survivors who will celebrate another birthday this year! The Relay For Life of Livermore was the #9 top Relay Fundraising community in the state last year, with over $240,000 in donations! Please join us at this year’s Relay For Life event next Saturday, June 21st, at Livermore High School. Opening Ceremonies begin at 9:00am and we will be there to fight back for 24 hours.




82 - Hindu Community and Cultural Center


Hindu Community & Cultural Center (HCCC) is a non-profit organization incorporated in 1977. Over the years it has grown into a vibrant organization that offers community, cultural, and spiritual services as part of its mission. There is a Hindu Temple on their Springtown campus which hosts many music, dance, and other cultural performances in its state-of-the-art auditorium. The facilities and services are open for all to use. They believe in "Serving God through Serving Humanity." and are proud and thankful to be part of Livermore community. They invite you all to enjoy and support their activities.





83 - Aahmes Shriners-on-Parade
1st Place - Novelty Unit (Senior)

The Shriners Color Guard and marching patrol has been in existence since1910. This unit is one of many that support the Shriners Hospitals for Children in North America. Captain of the color guard this year is Dennis Fuller.


Aahmes Shrine Elective Divan. These are the elected leaders for the Aahmes Shriners for this year. The Potentate this year is the illustrious Sir Sam Smith Jr.


The Legion of Honor is a unit composed of veterans from World War 2, The Korean Conflict, Viet Nam, the Gulf War, Somalia, and Rwanda Wars. These gentlemen have "Served Your Country". The legion of honor is led by commander Steve Rhodes.


Novkeps. The Novkeps are a working unit that takes care of the novices that are about to become Shriners. Captain of the Novkeps for this year is Lloyd Garbutt.


The motorcycle patrol ride so a "child may walk". This is the motto that indicates the purpose and dedication of the Aahmes motorcycle patrol. President of this unit is Doc Bailey.






The Shrine Clowns. The chief clown this year is Rick "Chipshot" Ahlborn. The Aahmes Shrine clowns provide merriment wherever they go. The clowns work hard to support the 22 Shrine Hospitals across North America. The Shrine Hospitals provide free medical care in the fields of; orthopedics, burn, and spinal cord injuries for children under the age of 18.



Nomads Car Club. The Shriner Nomads Car Club was founded in January of 2012 by a group of car enthusiast from Aahmes Shrine Center in Livermore. The goal of the club is to unite car enthusiasts to promote camaraderie and support the Shriners Children's Hospital. The club's President is Robert Huntley.


The Past Masters. The past masters were the leaders of their Masonic Lodges. They now act as a liaison between the Masons and the Shriners. President of the past masters this year is Fred Loeser.


The members of the Aahmes Shrine Mounted Patrol are riding matched Tobiano Paint Horses. Take special note of the silver saddles with green coronas. The mounted patrol has been riding in parades, rodeos, and charity events for many years. They've ridden in: the Rose Parade in Pasadena, The Grand Nationals at the Cow Palace, and at President Jimmy Carter's Inaugural Parade. President of the mounted patrol this year is Tim Wilbur.


Illustrious Sir Terry Moody of the Shriners Hospitals for Children is a past Potentate of Aahmes Shriners right here in Livermore and a member of the Board of Governors at the Sacramento Shriners Hospital. Shriner’s Hospitals for Children have been helping children since 1922, regardless of their ability to pay, with 22 hospitals in the United States, Canada, and Mexico. Thank you, Shriners!


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