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Entries #265 through #268

#265 - KKIQ Radio Station
101.7 KKIQ is Livermore's hometown radio station, playing today's hits and yesterday's favorites!
Today they brought Hometown Morning's Jaimee Lee with her miniature pony. Cute!
Tune in weekday mornings to hear Jaimee Lee and Wayne Coy.
Stay in touch with what's happening in our community with local traffic, news, and weather. Listen online at KKIQ.com or tune your radio to 101.7 KKIQ!



#266 - Tri-Valley Ice Rink
Now welcome Tri-Valley Ice, the only ice rink in Livermore. Joining the Tri-Valley Ice staff in our parade today is their in-house hockey team, the "Ice Breakers."
The facility on Preston Avenue is here to cater to your recreational ice sport needs. Whether for skills training or entertainment, they have something for all ages includingTeen Night with Live DJs, Hockey Camps, or you can cool off during the summer at Camp Cool! They offer time for public skating every day and you can rent the "Pond" for parties or birthday celebrations.
Tri Valley Ice on Preston Avenue in Livermore.





#267 - Alexis Demeo riding Ace
1st Place:
Fancy Dress Western (Junior)
Riding in support of Tri-Valley Ice is Alexis DeMeo (pronounced Mayo) riding her favorite mount, Ace.
Alexis assures us that Tri-Valley Ice in Livermore is the "Coolest" place to play in town.



#268 - Aahmes Shriners-on-Parade
1st Place:
Mounted Group (Senior)
1st Place: Novelty Unit (Senior)

(A) 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 Norm McCombe.

(B) Aahmes Shrine Elective Divan (Dye Van) These are the elected leaders for the Aahmes Shriners for this year. The Potentate this year is the illustrious Sir Terry Erlandson.

(C) 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.

(D) 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.



(E) The motorcycle patrol ride so that a "child may walk". This is the motto that indicates the purpose and dedication of the Aahmes motorcycle patrol. President of this unit is Steve Huddleston.



(F) The Shrine Clowns. The chief clown this year is Franks "Doodles" Boots. The Aahmes shrine clowns provide merriment to everyone they come in contact with. 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.





(G) 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 get together car enthusiasts to promote camaraderie and support the Shriners Children's Hospital. The Nomads Car Club President is Rodney Owen.

(H) 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 Gary Dunham.

(I) The Shrine Mounted Patrol. 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. This includes: 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.



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