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July 4th winners

Original post made on Jul 11, 2009

The Kiwanis of the San Ramon Valley announced winners from its Danville Fourth of July Parade in 22 separate categories, chosen from the 120 entries this year. The theme of the parade was "Celebrating Our Youth," and the grand marshal was 300 children walking and riding bikes decorated in red, white and blue. The winners will be awarded trophies at the Kiwanis of San Ramon Valley's regular weekly noon luncheon Thursday, July 9, at Round Hill Country Club.

Read the full story here Web Link posted Tuesday, July 7, 2009, 11:53 AM

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Posted by Mary Kimble
a resident of Danville
on Jul 11, 2009 at 12:28 am

Congratulations to the creators of Down Syndrome Connection's COOL 4th of July float! Thanks to all of the DSC staff,the Kelly family and crew of helpers, and our Riders and Walkers! The kids had a great time! Thank you!

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Posted by Coleen Gantz (Julie's cousin from San Diego)
a resident of another community
on Jul 11, 2009 at 9:01 am

Congratulations DSC for an outstanding float! The parade's theme "Celebrating our Youth" was very evident upon the DSC float. All of you worked so hard to put the float together and everyone had so much fun on the 4th of July! Thanks for letting me ride on the float.....I can't get the smile off my face! Thank you!! You are ALL an amazing group of people. Way to go DSC!!!

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Posted by Alamo Ron
a resident of Alamo
on Jul 12, 2009 at 10:22 am

So Alamo ACE Hardware won an award for Retail business...

How is it possible for a non-existent business to win an award for Retail Business. How about next year someone submit a float for the Alamo Wal-Mart? It would be just as valid, yes?

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