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#26  Jacquie Williams-Courtright 2016 Livermore Rodeo Parade Grand Marshall
And here's our Rodeo Parade Grand Marshall of 2016, Jacquie Williams Courtright, with us to celebrate the 100th Annual Livermore Rodeo. Jacquie owns Alden Lane Nursery and has supplied all our lovely greenery today.



#27  John Shirley 2006 Livermore Rodeo Parade Grand Marshall
Here's another former Grand Marshall, John Shirley. He was Grand Marshall in 2006. He was also mayor of Livermore for two years, from 1962 until 1964. With John are his sons, Jim and Steve.




#28  Livermore Mayor and City Council Members
Following a former mayor is our current mayor, John Marchand, along with Vice Mayor Bob Woerner and Council Members Coomber, Carling, and Spedowfski and their families. They're all here to congratulate the Stockmen's Association on their 100th Annual Livermore Rodeo. They also say "Thank you" for supporting our community.







  #29  Directors of LARPD
LARPD is our local parks and recreation agency, providing Sycamore Grove Park, the Robert Livermore Community Center, ESS, local trails, and over 50 parks in the area. Board members are Mary Alice Faltings, David Furst, Beth Wilson, Jan Palajac, and Philip Pierpont. With them is retiring LARPD General Manager, Tim Barry, also a Rotarian.



















#30  Alameda County Fire Truck with Scott Haggerty, County Supervisor
1st Place -
Antique Fire Engines

Next up we have two-time Team Penning champ, Alameda County Supervisor Scott Haggerty. Now in his 5th term as our County Supervisor, he has remained a staunch advocate for the importance of 4-H, the agriculture community, and land use planning issues.

Scott, along with his family and staff, thank you all for your continued support and extend best wishes to all for a fun and safe weekend at this year's 100th Annual Livermore Rodeo.




#31  Fremont Bank
And here is Fremont Bank's entry.

For over 54 years, Fremont Bank has partnered with the Bay Area community to offer the products and services of a leading financial provider. As one of the largest privately held and family owned financial institutions in California, they pride themselves on offering these products and services while maintaining the personal touch of a community bank.

Stop by the Livermore Branch at 1879 Holmes Street, next to the Lucky supermarket, to experience the Fremont Bank difference.






#32  Topcon 3D mobile mapping system
Livermore-based Topcon Positioning Systems is taking the reins in advancing the way things are grown and built. Based locally in Livermore, Topcon solutions increase efficiency to meet the global demands for sustainable agriculture and infrastructure.



#33  St. Bartholomew's Episcopal Church
St. Bartholomew's Episcopal Church presents Arts at Bart's Camp July 9-13, from 9am to 12 noon. The theme this year is "Welcome to Hogwarts! : The Gospel according to Harry Potter."

This summer all children in the Livermore valley, ages 3 and up are invited to join the adventure in living and learning as they explore the Gospel through the magical eyes of Harry Potter. The camp will be held at St. Bartholomew's, 678 Enos Way in Livermore.



#34  Cresta Blanca Service unit of the Girl Scouts of America
Cresta Blanca Service Unit of Livermore, part of the Girl Scouts of Northern California, serves over 700 girls and their families. Its mission is to build courage, confidence, and character, making the world a better place.

They're now introducing STEM-related badges in robotics, coding, and even aviation. (STEM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, Math)



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