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Livermore Rodeo Parade 2019
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#90  Peninsula Building Materials /Amer Cancer Society, Relay for Life
Peninsula Building Materials carries quality natural stone, brick, pavers and landscape materials. To see their selection, stop by the Livermore yard located off Vasco Road. PBM is an active participant in our community by donating their time to organizations such as Boy Scouts, and Relay for Life.

Relay For Life is the American Cancer Society’s signature event where participants walk for 24 hours to raise funds and awareness to support cancer patients and find a cure. The group has participated for 15 years and raised over $3 million dollars

Come out to Dublin High School on June 23 beginning at 9am and stay for the day-long festivities.




#91  Arthur Murray Dance Studio in Livermore
At Arthur Murray Dance Studio, they believe that your horse is the only one that should have 2 left feet! Set up a free lesson and they'll prove it!

No partner? no experience? no problem! They'll have you dancing within the first 5 minutes of your lesson.

Their local studio is on 2nd street here in Livermore.







#92  St. Bartholomew's Episcopal Church
Join Iron Man, Thor, and Captain America as they “MARVEL in God’s Creation” at St. Bartholomew’s “Arts @ Bart’s Camp,” June 24-28, 9am to Noon.

The camp is open to campers 3-12 and volunteers 12 to adults. See SaintBartsLivermore.com for registration and more information.



#93  EBRPD
1st Place - Commercial Entry

The East Bay Regional Park District is celebrating its 85th anniversary this year! Come and enjoy 122,000 acres of parkland in 73 Regional Parks throughout Alameda and Contra Costa Counties.

You'll find swimming, camping, picnicking, play areas, open space parks, paved and unpaved trails - there is so much to do and see in your Regional Parks!

This is the District’s Volunteer Trail Safety Patrol and Fire Department in the parade this year.

In celebration of the District’s anniversary, they're offering free Fridays and concerts in the parks!

They all hope to see YOU in the parks!!!!








#93A  Spot the Truck
3rd Place - Antique Vehicles

Here are Livermore residents Jim, Resa, & Jake Arnold in their 1952 Dodge B-3-B panel truck named “Spot”.

Jim has rebuilt the engine twice and has been Spot’s only mechanic for 48 years.

Spot is powered by the original 231 Flathead 6, delivering a whopping 95 horsepower.

The Arnolds have enjoyed many adventures in Spot, taking them south to Mazatlan, Mexico, and north to Fairbanks, Alaska. Keep on Truckin!


#94  Wheels (LvAmVyTrAth) Rideo Bus
This 1966 "Rideo" bus is owned by the Livermore Amador Valley Transit Authority, operator of the Wheels and Rapid bus services.

This bus was originally part of Livermore's Rideo fleet. When Wheels assumed operation of Tri-Valley bus services in the mid-1980s, it acquired this historic treasure from the City of Livermore.

But the bus was in need of major restoration. Alameda County Supervisor and Wheels Board member Scott Haggerty played a major role in the Rideo bus restoration and secured federal funding to rehabilitate this piece of Livermore's history to its former glory. Wheels proudly presents the completely restored Rideo bus!



#95  Big Red from Lucky Supermarkets
1st Place - Commercial Entry

Here comes Big Red from Lucky California!

Featuring a Chevy 454 Watson Racing Engine, Big Red is the largest and fastest shopping cart in California. She stands over 12 feet tall, weighs 3000 pounds and can accelerate from 0 to 60 in 8 seconds! Big Red will get your grocery shopping done in record time!

Stop by today and check out our Lucky California stores in Livermore, located at 2000 Portola Avenue and 1951 Holmes Street.




#96  Livermore/Pleasanton Fire Department.
Here comes Livermore’s Big Red Truck!

This is the newest fire truck in Livermore’s fleet, and our first fire truck to have steering wheels in the front and the back allowing it to get into tighter spaces. This truck was built in Wisconsin, but now lives at Station 6 on East Avenue. Yes, that's the home of the Centennial Light Bulb – a lightbulb that has been burning for 118 years!

The cities of Livermore and Pleasanton consolidated their fire departments in 1996 to form the Livermore- Pleasanton Fire Department.

On behalf of the men and women of the Livermore- Pleasanton Fire Department, have a safe and enjoyable Rodeo Weekend!






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