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Livermore Rodeo Parade 2017
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Entries 77 through 81

#77  Livermore High School Cowboy Marching Band
Next up is the award winning Livermore High School Marching Band and Color Guard, now under the direction of Mr. Justin Enright.
This year the instrumental music program received numerous first place awards at competitions, superior ratings at festivals, and recently returned from a 4 day trip to Southern California.
Having just finished their 125th anniversary year, the band is celebrating with a collection of Spanish inspired fanfare marches.
Let’s hear it again for the Livermore High School Cowboy Marching Band!










#78  Livermore Valley Tennis Club
Livermore Valley Tennis Club is the Cadillac of family fitness clubs, located at the corner of Arroyo Road and Concannon Blvd.
The club has 3 pools, 2 spas, 10 tennis courts, 4 pickle ball courts, and 4 racquetball courts, along with full basketball, gym, cardio, and weight room.
Group exercise classes and yoga are available.
They really do have something for everyone. Come on down!








#79  Livermore School of Dance
The Livermore School of Dance, Jazz Company, is directed by Liz Roberts
Today, they'll be performing a section of one of their dances titled, “You’re not fully dressed without a Smile.”
Come see more of their dances in their upcoming show at the Bankhead Theatre on June 23rd and 24th, “Dancing through the Decades.” It's fun and family- friendly - a show for ALL ages to enjoy.
They wish all the participants and spectators of Livermore's 99th Rodeo a wonderful and successful weekend.










#80  Livermore Moms Club
The Livermore Moms is a not-for-profit, volunteer organization of over 300 women.
Their purpose is to share ideas and talents so as to grow as parents, and to learn ways to better understand and help our children become confident and capable individuals.
For more information, visit www.livermoremoms.com.


#81  Cactus Corners Youth Square Dancers
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!






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