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Livermore Rodeo Parade 2016
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Entries 149 - 159

149 - Calco Fence Company
1st Place -
Commercial Floats

Calco Fence has been serving Livermore and the entire SF Bay Area for nearly 33 years, handling commercial, industrial and material-only fencing needs.
Calco Fence takes pride in improving the local schools, parks and municipalities for the neighboring communities.
Safety and security are among some of the top priorities for playgrounds and children's structures, so having a well-known and reputable contractor is essential.
Calco Fence is available for walk-in residential parts pick-up.
They're located at 4568 Contractor's Place here in Livermore.



150 - Cooleykatz Toys
2nd Place -

And here is the Cooleykatz Toys wind-up toy car, a replica of a 1927 Bugatti, built by owners Pat and Nita Cooley!
Cooleykatz Toys is Downtown Livermore’s old-school specialty and educational toy store, with games, books, puzzles, toys, and fun stuff for all ages!
And they are located right here on Second Street!
Cooleykatz Toys was again selected in 2015 as the “Best Toy Store in the East Bay” in the annual “Best in East Bay” voting.
Cooleykatz Toys will be celebrating their 10th year in July, so come by and say “Hi!”



151 - Livermore Elementary School Bands
Livermore Elementary School Band features students from Arroyo Seco and Jackson Elementary Schools.
Many of these students just started playing 5 months ago!
Led by Maria D’Aura



152 - Literacy Office of the Livermore Public Library
Here come our friends from the Literacy Office of the Livermore Public Library!
If you’re an adult who would like to improve your basic reading and writing skills, mosey on over to your library for confidential tutoring with a friendly, respectful tutor. It’s never too late to learn!
If you’d like to help someone else, giddy-up on over to your library and volunteer to become an adult literacy tutor! Tutor training starts soon!
See y’all at the Library!



153 - Marty Plone with his 1929 Ford Model A Sport Coupe
1st Place -
Classic & Custom Vehicles

Here's Rotarian Marty Plone proudly driving his1929 Ford Model A Sport Coupe hotrod:
It took four years to build and is a complete nut and bolt, frame off restoration.
The 2.8 liter engine, five speed manual transmission, and rear end are from a Chevrolet S10 pickup.
There are 15 inch wheels in the front and 16 inch wheels in the rear.
The car has vintage air and heat which work.
The bumpers and gas tank are from a 1932 Ford.
The steering wheel, column, and turn signals are from Lime Works.
In 1929, Ford built 1,714,000 Model A's of which 134,000 were Sport Coupes.



154 - Salinas Rodeo SUV with Queen
Here comes Miss California Ro-day-o Salinas, Taylor Howell, inviting you to the 106th California Ro-day-o on July 21st -24th.
This is the largest rodeo in California and will feature the best pro rodeo cowboys and cowgirls in the arena, along with bareback riders, motorcycle jumpers, mutton busting, and freestyle bullfights.
You can also shop, eat, listen to live music, and more while you enjoy a day at the California Ro-day-o Salinas.
Tickets start at $7 for kids and $14 for adults.



155 - Cactus Corners Youth Square Dancers
1st Place -
Amateur Floats

Sail ho, me hearties!
Rising out of the mists of imagination, the fearless pirate crew of Cactus Corners Youth Dancers celebrates on deck in hoedown fashion.
Enjoy the sights and sounds of American Square Dancing on the high seas with these bold buccaneers.
Many of these dancers are also active Alameda County 4-H Members.
Their caller is Ed Kudis.
Yo-ho-ho and off they go!.





156 - Del Arroyo 4-H Club
Del Arroyo 4-H Club of Livermore has been serving children from kindergarten through age 19 since 1974.
It offers projects in crafts, beekeeping, square dance, public speaking, rocketry, archery, large and small animals, and lots more.
New registration begins in September.



157 - 1948 International Harvester Farmall Cub Tractor
1st Place -
Antique Vehicles

Next we have Larry Kuntz with his 1948 International Harvester Farmall cub. 47,000 of these tractors were made in 1948 at the cost of $500. With their 10 horse power engines, they were used on the vegetable farms in the California Delta near Stockton



158 - Napa Pepperettes (Senior Group)
1st Place -
Majorette Corp/Drill Teams (Senior)

The Napa Pepperettes Baton Corps has been representing Napa in parades and performances throughout California since 1951.
The Captain of the Senior group is Jordan Hartman. These talented young women range in age from 15 to 18 years old.



159 - Napa Pepperettes (Junior Group)
The Napa Pepperettees Junior group includes the Pee Wees.
These spirited young girls range in age from 5 to 12 years old.
Earlier this year, both groups placed 1st in their categories in the San Francisco St. Patrick's Day parade.
Congratulations to you!





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