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#35  Livermore Filipino-American Organization
The Filipino-American Organization's mission is to promote the Filipino heritage and culture and to enhance unity and friendship among Filipino-Americans. They recently celebrated 50 years and have awarded thousands of dollars in scholarships to deserving high school graduating seniors in Livermore.

















#36  The Pedrozzi Foundation
The Pedrozzi Foundation is celebrating 10 years of supporting Livermore students. The Foundation promotes a college- and career-bound culture for all local students. Since 2008 they have awarded $4 million in scholarships to 1100 students.


#36A  Livermore H.S. Football Program
The Livermore High School Football Program includes three teams. Athletes with us today are part of the Freshman, JV and Varsity Teams.

The LHS Football Program is excited for this upcoming season. LHS Football Athletes are passing out Flyers with the 2018 Football Schedule and they invite you all to be a part of Friday Night Lights in Livermore for the 2018 Livermore High School Football Season.








#37  Livermore High School Cowboy Marching Band
The Livermore High School Marching Band is being led by drum major Katie Siedl, color guard captain Hannah Dolan, and drum line captains Elijah Maravilla and Alex Paterson. The band is under the direction of Justin Enright.

The Cowboy Marching Band continues to represent Livermore as a state-wide powerhouse. This year’s ensemble has earned a 1st place finish at the NCBA championships, and set several record-breaking scores. Please give a big hand for the Livermore High School Cowboy Marching Band!


















#38  Livermore Valley Joint Unified School District
Next up is the Livermore Valley Joint Unified School District's “Pioneering the Future" float, featuring our Board of Education. Board President is Craig Bueno, Clerk Chuck Rogge, and Board Trustees Kate Runyon, Chris Wenzel, and Anne White. They're accompanied by Superintendent Dr. Kelly Bowers, Deputy Superintendent Chris Van Schaack, and Assistant Superintendents Mike Biondi and Susan Kinder.

With "Pioneering the Future" as the theme, their mission is to ensure that each student graduates with the skills needed to contribute and thrive in a changing world. They congratulate the Livermore Rodeo on its 100th Annual Rodeo and they thank you for your continued support of LVJUSD.




#39  Napa Pepperettes (Senior Majorette Corps)
2nd Place - Majorette Corp/Drill Teams (Senior)

The Napa Pepperettes Baton Corps has been representing the Napa Valley in parades and performances throughout California since 1951. The group is under the direction of Kellie Esser.






#40  Napa Pepperettes ( Junior Majorette Corps)
1st Place - Majorette Corp/Drill Teams (Junior)

And here are the younger girls. The junior group of the Pepperettes range in age from 4 to 9 years old. This is the first season of competition for these girls.







#41  Reins in Motion Foundation
Now we have Reins in Motion Foundation. This is a Livermore-based therapeutic riding program whose mission is to enrich individuals with Special Needs and life threatening illness by connecting them with horses, animals, and outdoor educational activities to promote healing.

They provide horseback riding sessions for the Special Needs community, servicing both children and adults. Their newest program, called Reins for Heroes, supports veterans.

In addition to the home arena, Reins in Motion has a traveling program which supports the Taylor Family Foundation by bringing horses to numerous camps throughout the year.





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