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#55  International Order of Odd Fellows Lodge 219
1st Place - Novelty Unit Junior

The International Order of Oddfellows Lodge 219 was established in 1873 and is the oldest beneficial society in town. Their lodge is on First St in downtown Livermore.

They are proud to be the charter organization of Boy Scout Troop 975, with scoutmaster Vince Opipari. The troop is celebrating 49 years in the community.

In addition to High Adventure, Service Projects, Backpacking, Camping, Fishing, Shooting Sports, Day Hiking, Kayaking, and Playing Sports, Troop 975 has Scouts involved in the Order of the Arrow, which is an honor society.

Also with us today is Cub Scout Pack 951 of Arroyo Seco with Scout Leader Earle Earley.


 

 

 

 

 
#56  Salinas Rodeo SUV with Queen
Miss California Rodeo Salinas invites you to find your cowboy roots at the 109th California Rodayo Salinas July 18th through the 21st. Itís where the west comes alive with rodeo action, food, shopping, and more

 

 

 

 
#57  Alameda County Cattle Women
3rd Place - Amateur Float

Let's welcome the Alameda County Cattlewomen!

Their focus is to promote BEEF as a nutritious food and to educate the public on all of the byproducts that come from beef cattle, products they use every day such as soap, candles, furniture, medications, and Jello.

Riding on their float today is President Patsy Gilber, accompanied by members Barbara Anderson, Sharon Smalles, Ana Marciel, Juliana Marciel, Karen Sweet, Nancy Mueller, Brooke Fagundes, Aubry Fagundes, Kim Stanley, and Sheridan and Kennedy Stanley.

Driving today is Lauralye Cassapit.


 

 

 

 
#58  Flying Fillies Drill Team
1st Place - Mounted Group (Senior)

The Flying Fillies drill team of is comprised of friends and family spanning three generations and includes mothers, grandmothers, daughters, granddaughters, aunts, and cousins.

The Fillies practice together weekly at Basso's Arena, thanks to Sandy Inderbitzen.

You're all invited to come watch them run sponsor flags for Livermore Rodeo's historic 101st year!


 

 

 

 

 
#59  Dancing Horses
We now present a beautiful set of horses and riders dancing for your enjoyment.

We have Juan Garcia, Brushy Lou Victoria, and Fernando Nunez el alacran. The Red Headed stranger is Kenny "Chili" Rojc.


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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