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Livermore Rodeo Parade 2018
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#64  Cooleykatz Toys
Now welcome Pat and Nita Cooley in the Cooleykatz Toys Wind-up car. Recently retired, Pat and Nita want to thank Livermore and all their wonderful customers and friends for 12 great years.

And we thank you both for having such a great store for us. We're going to miss you, that's for sure.



#65  Junction Ave. K-8 Color Guard and Band
And here comes the Junction Avenue K-8 Color Guard. They are the only middle school color guard team in town. This season students from Mendenhall also have joined the team. They competed in the CCGC Winter Guard competition and came home with two 1st place, a 2nd place, and two 4th place finishes. We're proud of you ladies!








#66  Alameda County Fair
Hello Livermore! and happy Rodeo Day to everyone from the Alameda County Fair and Cowbella! Get ready to say hello to summer at the 2018 Alameda County Fair in Pleasanton. That's June 15th through July 8th.

We'll see you there!









#67  KAT Country 103 With Pumpkin the Miniature Horse
1st Place - Miniature Horse (Open)

KAT Country 103! Continuous Country Favorites and Fun! Jaimee Lee from the “DJ walker in the morning Show” is riding Okie Jaun Kenobi! Wyatt Cole is walking our miniature horse Pumpkin!

And Rylee and Lila ( Lie-La) are carrying the KAT Country Banner. KAT Country wishes The Livermore Rodeo a happy 100th birthday!




#68  Payton & Her horse named Dog
1st Place - Future Horse Man/Woman

Here comes Payton and her horse named Dog. Five years ago they made their first appearance at our parade. Today, at seven, and a fourth generation of the parade, she still loves the excitement of making everyone smile and wave! She rides down the street today as the 2017 Jr. High Point Champion! She represents California State Horsemen's Association Future Horsemen for the next 100 years!

Welcome, Payton, and congratulations to you!





#69  Corky and her horse Kat
1st Place - Plain Western

Following Payton is her Nammy (that's how she spelled it), Corky Fellingham and her horse named Kat. Corky's first appearance in this parade was in 1970, when she rode in the Color Guard for the Larrietts women's riding group. Today she represents the Plain Western rider for California Horsemen's Association.



#70  Wells Fargo Stagecoach
1st Place - Pony/Horse Drawn Vehicle

Corky is followed by her husband, Paul Fellingham, driver of the world famous Wells Fargo Stagecoach. Paul made his first appearance in our parade many years ago as a 2-yr-old riding in front of his father, Sport Fellingham.
Sport started the Stagecoach Program in 1958 by opening a little Wells Fargo branch in Hayward. They had a parade around the block and gave rides in the parking lot.
When Sport passed on, his wife, Paul's mother, Virginia, took over and drove until she passed on in 1996.
After Virginia, Paul drove the stagecoach and he took over the family business.
Virginia Fellingham was honored as the 1986 Livermore Rodeo Parade Grand Marshal.




#71  "Henry's " A's Model A Car Club of Livermore
2nd Place - Antique Vehicles

These antique cars are driven by members of a Ford Model A Club named "Henry's A's." The gentleman sitting in the rumble seat, Bill Wilder, was born the same year his car was manufactured, 1931.

There were over 4 million Model A's manufactured between 1928 and 1931, with many still on the road today. The club meets monthly at the Duarte Garage on Portola Avenue here in Livermore. New members are always welcome.







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