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Livermore Rodeo Parade 2024
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Entries 108-116


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





#109 - 2024 Miss Livermore Rodeo Princesses
Horse Drawn Open Carriage – Driven By: Carrie Osborn
Royalty Coordinator Kim Connors & Karli Cromwell with the Princess Committee
Princesses: Aubree Fraiser, Bray Lyn Rivers, Everly Peppel, Presley Pilkington, Reagan Coatney, Scarlett Balthazar




#110 - 1923 Doan Truck Driven By Past President: Don Podesta
Riding: Livermore Downtown Inc. Board and Family
Board Members from Livermore Downtown Inc, our local 501(c)3 Non-Profit that is committed to keeping the heart of Livermore strong so the entire community can thrive. Through partnerships, LDI advocates for our downtown business community, by promoting economic growth, preserving our heritage, attracting tourism and fostering an environment where families want to live, work and play. LDI produces many of the Downtown Events such as the Annual Street Fest, but today they’re thrilled to be here with the community they are passionate about serving. Thank you for all you do Livermore Downtown Inc!”



#111 - SPURS Float – SPURS in Motion
Truck and trailer – Driven By: Chris Waller
The Livermore Rodeo Foundation Directors with our SPURS group of young adults. These are our 16–24-year-olds that represent “Students Promoting the Understanding of Rodeo Success”. They help keep the tradition of the western heritage alive.




#112 - Miss Rowell Ranch Rodeo Queen Phoebe Bruns
Phoebe Bruns is the 2024 Rowell Ranch Rodeo Queen.Phoebe is from Castro Valley and has just graduated from High School there. For the last 11 years, she has been competing in and out of the California equestrian circuit. She will attend Montana State University to fulfill her childhood dream of becoming a firefighter.



#113 - Rotary Club President Sheila Fagliano
Rotary Club President Sheila Fagiano welcomes everyone to the 106 Livermore Rodeo Parade sponsored by the Rotary Club of Livermore. Rotary is an international membership organization made up of people like you, who wish to enhance our community and also help improving lives all across the world.






#114 - 2024 Grand Marshall - Kathryn Laughlin
Driven by Steve Shockey in his 67 GTO Kathryn is a lifetime resident of Livermore, CA. Her grandfather, John McGlinchey, was President of the Livermore Stockmen’s Protective Association at the time, was instrumental in starting the first Livermore Rodeo in 1918. Kathryn has been a member of the Alameda County Cattlewomen for 40+ years and is a longtime member of the Native Daughters of the Golden West. Kathryn is still very active in the Livermore Rodeo; she has been on the Livermore Rodeo Foundation Board since its inception in 2008.




#115 - Livermore Mayor and City Council Members
Mayor John Marchand, the City Council, City Manager, City Staff and their families welcomes you to Livermore’s 106th Rodeo! The City Council thanks everyone for their continued support for the community and a special thanks to the Livermore Stockmen’s Rodeo Association for their countless contributions to make Livermore a great place to live, work and play!





#116 - Livermore Chamber of Commerce
Welcome the Livermore Valley Chamber of Commerce. Their mission is to enhance the business community and quality of life in the Livermore Valley through: Strategic advocacy, Visionary leadership, Innovative programs, Valuable connections, and partnerships



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