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Livermore Rodeo Parade 2023
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#1 - Livermore Police Department
Livermore Police Chief Jeramy Young joined by employees and family members of LPD. Team-members from the Traffic Unit, Dispatch, Patrol, Records, and Community Outreach Team living up to their motto; Service with Honor, Protection with Pride.









#2 - VFW Post # 7265 Color Guard
First Place - Color Guard - Senior

Ladies and Gentleman, Please Stand. The Color Guard from VFW Post 7265 consists of WWII Veterans, Korean War Veterans, Vietnam Veterans, and Iraq Veteran. Following the color guard is a WWII jeep which was restored by Michael Gilmore, former Commander of the post. We also have the Amador Valley Quilters "Quilts of Valor". They have been making quilts for veterans around the valley for many years.







#3 - Alameda County Sheriff's Mounted Posse
The Alameda County Sheriff's Mounted Posse, representing Sheriff Yesenia Sanchez is honored to be a part of the Livermore Rodeo Parade. Since the 1940's the Posse has represented the Sheriff's Department in parades, including 2023 Tournament of Roses Parade, county fairs, rodeos, memorials, that include the "Riderless Horse", and Cowboy's Honor Rides. The posse is under the command of Captain Shari Hiibel.






#4 - Miss Livermore Rodeo Queen 2023 - Maci Hachmann
Maci is a fifth-generation cowgirl from Livermore! Maci loves the sport of rodeo, but most importantly loves the western heritage that Livermore was created on. She hopes you all join her at the 105th annual World’s Fastest Rodeo!




#5 - Miss Livermore Jr. Rodeo Queen 2023 - Jessi Owens
Miss Livermore Jr Rodeo Queen Jessi Owens, Jessi will be a Senior at Granada high School and she is a member of the Livermore High School FFA Jessi hopes to see you this weekend at the World’s Fastest Rodeo! Jessi would also like to invite you to The Livermore Junior Rodeo on June 17th, at the Livermore Rodeo Grounds Come and check out the future generation of rodeo!




#6 - Livermore Rodeo Presidents Bryan Fagundas & Kathleen Minser
in a 1930 Model A Driven By: Past President Craig Rivers

The 2023 Livermore Stockmen’s Rodeo Association President, Bryan Fagundas, and the Livermore Rodeo Foundation President, Kathleen Minser, want to welcome all the Rodeo fans. They are longtime Livermore residents and have been a part of the Rodeo for many years. They would like to thank the directors, associate directors, active past directors and volunteers for all their hard work, to keep the spirit and tradition of the Livermore Rodeo alive. They are looking forward to seeing all of the Rodeo Fans this weekend at Livermore’s 105th “World’s Fastest Rodeo”


#7 - Large Horse Drawn Stage Coach - Driven By: Mel Silva
Riding in the stagecoach is Livermore Rodeo representatives and family members.





#8 - Small Horse Drawn Stage Coach - Driven By: Shawn Silva
2023 Livermore Rodeo Cowgirl Honoree:





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