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The rodeo parade is on Saturday morning of "Rodeo Weekend", which is the second weekend of June.  It is held on 2nd Street.  These pictures are from June 8, 2013.
Over 1500 photos were taken.  If you would like the photos of your entry, please email webservant@elivermore.com.  There is no charge.
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Entries 8-13

#8 - Miss Livermore Rodeo 2013 - Alyssa Perry
1st Place - Local Western Senior



We are proud to welcome the 2013 Livermore's Rodeo Queen, Alyssa Perry.
Alyssa is 19 years old and has lived in Livermore all her life. She currently attends Las Positas College and plans to transfer to UC Davis.
As Rodeo Queen, Alyssa and her horse "Bucky" will travel throughout the state of California promoting the Livermore Rodeo.
Alyssa looks forward to seeing everyone at the rodeo today and tomorrow. The Livermore Rodeo's Grand Entry starts at 3:00 on both days. Come see why it's called the “World's Fastest Rodeo!”


#9 - Livermore Rodeo Hostess
2nd Place - Local Western Senior

Please welcome Livermore Rodeo Hostess, Tara Reichert. Tara is a 24-year-old Livermore native. She teaches therapeutic horsemanship with her horse “Wyatt” through "Hoofprints on the Heart Adaptive Riding Center" located at the historic Hagemann Ranch here in Livermore. As this year's Hostess, she invites you to come out for all the family fun and entertainment at the 95th annual Livermore Rodeo!


#10 - Livermore Junior Rodeo Queen for 2013 - Morgan Laughlin


Riding next is the Livermore Jr. Rodeo Queen, Morgan Laughlin.
Morgan invites you to the 54th Annual Livermore Junior Rodeo next Saturday, June 15th. It is a whole day dedicated to the next generation of cowboys and cowgirls. Contestants range from the age of 1-5 years old and can really give the cowboys a “run for their money” in the Pee Wee Program.
There are also Junior and Senior events including the speed of barrel racing, and the excitement of steer riding. And there's family team roping where mom or dad participates with their children.
In fact, they put the “BUCK” back in rodeo by including bronc riding, and of course everyone enjoys the mutton-busting.
See you next Saturday June 15, at the Livermore Junior Rodeo in Robertson Park.


#12 - Livermore Post #47, American Legion


Give a big hand for our next group, the Livermore Post #47, of the American Legion. Post #47 is dedicated to serving our country and all veterans. Veterans, male or female, from all conflicts are encouraged to join this group which meets at the Veteran's Memorial Building on the 2nd and 4th Monday of each month. The American Legion is a patriotic veterans group devoted to mutual helpfulness, sponsoring youth programs, promoting honor, strong national security, and a devotion to our service members and veterans. The American Legion has existed since 1919 and Post #47 is one of the oldest in California. If you're interested in helping out your fellow veterans, your community, and especially the children in our schools, join up with your fellow veterans at Post 47. Contact them to see how.



#13 - Christensen Middle School Cougar Marching Band

Here they come! Springtown's Christensen Middle School Cougar Marching Band, under the direction of Mike Divita. This is their 15th year in our parade.
The Christensen Cougar Marching Band has 52 students marching today, under the leadership of drum major Shannon Kai. Today they are playing "The Chimes of Liberty March" written by Edwin F. Goldman and arranged by Douglas E. Wagner. GO COUGARS!!!






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