July 4, 2014 Parade Order of the March
July 4, 2014 Parade Order of the March
1 Base Alameda Color Guard, USCG
2 Lincoln Middle School Marching Band
There are 100 Lincoln Middle School band students volunteering to march in the parade. The band includes the beginning sixth grade students, who are marching in their first parade ever, as well as seventh and eighth graders.
3 Mayor Marie Gilmore
4 Grand Marshal Michael Finney
5 Vice Mayor Marilyn Ezzy Ashcraft
6 Councilmember Tony Daysog
7 Councilmember Stewart Chen
8 Councilmember Lena Tam
9 City Auditor Kevin Kearney
City Auditor Kevin Kearney is performing with the Mighty Neptunes Rock Band.
10 City Treasurer Kevin Kennedy
11 Congressmember Barbara Lee
12 Assemblymember Rob Bonta
13 VADM Charles Ray, USCG Pac Area
14 CMDR Al Concepcion, NOSC
15 Bill Withrow, Peralta Board of Trustees
16 Alameda Unified School District
17 Alameda Hospital
The newest member of Alameda Health System, and the City of Alameda Health Care District board of directors: Mike McCormick, Dr. Robert Deutsch, Lynn Bratchett and Tracy Jensen wish you a safe and happy fourth of July!
18 Greg Harper, President, Elsa Ortiz, Chris Peeples, AC Transit Board of Directors
19 Doug Linney, EBMUD Board of Directors
20 Doug Siden, EBRPD Board of Directors
San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) with Director Robert Raburn and friends.
22 City Manager John A. Russo
23 Alameda Police Chief Paul Rolleri
24 Alameda Fire Chief Mike D’Orazi
Alameda Fire Chief Mike D’Orazi and his family are riding in a 2013 Pierce Quantum Tiller Truck
25 Alameda Fire Department
Alameda’s Firefighters are riding in their new 2013 Pierce Quantum Fire Engine, and a vintage 1965 American LaFrance Fire Engine
26 Ginny Krutilek and Joyce Denyven
“A Lifetime of Community Service” Joyce Denyven and Ginny Krutilek have devoted their lives to serving our community: Joyce as a leader and supporter of Girls Inc. of the Island City, and Ginny as coordinator of the Alameda Homeless Network for the past 25 years.
27 Alameda Municipal Power
AMP’s parade entry is a salute to community-owned power — 127 years of community-owned power right here in Alameda. A variety of AMP service trucks, driven by AMP’s linemen, are decorated for the occasion along with one of the utility’s flatbed trucks serving as a bandstand for the Franz-Nichols Band, a “jazz-latin-pop” themed group. Dancing along with the band is Public Utilities Commissioner Greg Hamm and his wife Wanda. Congratulations on 127 years, Alameda Municipal Power!
28 Kiwanis Club of Alameda
The Kiwanis Club of Alameda has been serving our community for more than 90 years. Each year they post more than 750 “no parking” signs in preparation for the parade.
28A Little House Café
Every day is like Christmas Day at the Little House Café!
29 Old Navy
This July fourth, Old Navy is saluting all patriots nation-wide with 50 percent off everything in the store. Join us for games, treats and a whole lotta fun!
30 Bank of the Orient
32 Bank of Marin
Bank of Marin is proud to support the Alameda community. Working together, we can all make a difference. Happy fourth!
33 The Alameda Sun
Alameda’s only locally owned and operated newspaper, now in its 13th year of serving the community wishes everyone a happy fourth.
34 South Shore Center
36 Alameda Special Olympics
Our motto: Let me win, but if I cannot win let me brave in the attempt. Alameda Special Olympics has provided free sports programs for youth and adults for 43 years. We thank the Alameda community that cheers us.
37 Girls Inc. of the Island City
For 50 years, Girls Inc. of the Island City has inspired girls to create bold futures. In celebration of its 50th anniversary, the float highlights a strong, smart and bold alumna from each decade, 1964 to today.
38 Alameda Theatre & Cineplex
It’s the battle of movie forces — good vs. evil — Spiderman, look out! That Joker isn’t kidding. Who will win the fight between movie villains and heroes. See for yourself at the Alameda Theatre & Cineplex. Oh no, Ironman… behind you!
39 Alameda See Spot Run and Hopalong Rescue
Alameda See Spot Run (Urban Pet Supply) with Hopalong and Second Chance Rescue celebrating family pets.
40 Greer Family Mortuary
Please welcome Greer Family Mortuary and Cremation Services horse-drawn carriage from the 1900s. Happy fourth!
41 Girl Scouts of Alameda
Dancing cookies and pedaling scouts! It’s the Girl Scouts of Alameda, building girls of courage, confidence and character. We make the world a better place. We say: “Yes, we can!”
42 West Wind Drive-In and Public Market
With locations in Concord and Oakland, bring the family to see your next movie on the largest digital movie screen in the U.S. Also, make some extra money and rent a space at the swap meet.
43 USS Hornet Museum
The USS Hornet Museum has served Alameda for many years as a destination for events, youth organizations, and tourists. You are welcome to join the festivities aboard today! Join us for the fun!
44 FDF F5 Mariendal
Welcome the FDF Scouts visiting from Denmark. These students and their chaperones have been staying in Alameda learning about the United States and California. Happy Independence Day USA!
45 Payton Gillians and her horse named Dog
Here comes Payton and Dog, wishing you a bang up Fourth of July! She started doing parades at two years old, and is now three. She loves the crowds and to make you smile! Let’s give a big Alameda welcome to Payton and Dog!
46 Miss Alameda 1954
Miss Alameda 1954. A loyal Alameda Lady, Rae Gaeta.
47 The Greene Family (aka The Mixed Greenes)
Capt’n Alameda! Just like Captain America, but local. Here to find South Shore Center parking, keep Tucker’s Ice Cream cold, and make you stay under 26 mph! Featuring Elsa Greene, first female Marvels Comics illustrator.
48 Bubble Farm Soap Company
Bubble Farm Soap Company makes handmade soap, salves and bath salts using local beeswax right here in Alameda.
49 Alameda High School
Founded in 1954, the Alameda High School Jazz Band’s constantly changing lineup features some of the Bay Area’s most talented teens. The band is currently under the direction of Jesse Randell.
50 Alameda High School Cheerleaders
The 2014-2015 season Alameda High School Cheerleaders. Go Hornets!
51 Friends of the Alameda Animal Shelter
Friends of the Alameda Animal Shelter (FAAS). Located at 1590 Fortmann Way. Come on down and adopt your next family member.
52 Red Hat Society
Returning for the third year in our parade are the lovely ladies of the Red Hat Mamas of Alameda and the Glitterazzi chapters of the Red Hat Society, led by Queen Gwen and Queen Allegra.
53 Alameda Council Boy Scouts of America
Cub Scouts for boys in first through fifth grades. Boy Scouts for boys in grades six and up and Venturing for girls.
54 Alameda Red Cross Youth
Alameda Red Cross Youth teaches disaster preparedness and performs thousands of community service hours each year. The United Nations recently presented them with an award for their “Nothing but Nets” campaign to help end malaria.
55 Alameda Food Bank
The Food Bank’s mission is to provide nutritious food to the low-income residents of the city of Alameda on a non-discriminating basis. The Food Bank’s more than 150 volunteers serve more than 5,600 individual recipients.
56 Charlie Chaplin
57 Thai Cultural Center of the San Francisco Bay Area
58 East Bay Coast Guard Spouses Club
Happy Fourth of July from the East Bay Coast Guard Spouses Club!
59 Hula Hawaiian Shave Ice
Come have a delicious, refreshing Hawaiian Shave Ice now at South Shore Center facing the beach near McDonald’s. Happy Fourth of July!
60 West Alameda Business Association
WABA is a nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting and advocating for local business in West Alameda. The West End was home to the original Neptune Beach amusement park.
61 The Poppin’ Poppers
A family tradition for 11 years running. The Poppin’ Poppers keep on coming.
62 Honu Bikes
Alameda’s finest bicycle shop. Located at 1808 Santa Clara Ave. Bud has been restoring and repairing vintage bicycles since 1976. Go by and see Alameda’s only outdoor bike shop. Everyone should have a bicycle. How about you?
63 Saint Joseph Notre Dame High School
The Saint Joseph Notre Dame Pilot Band is proud to be here today. Celebrating the fourth of July with music is always a highlight of our summer. Happy fourth to the nation and the beautiful island of Alameda.
64 Frank Bette Center for the Arts
The Frank Bette Center for the Arts is a place for meetings, readings, showings and other creative doings. The Plein Air Paintout will be held July 28 through Aug. 1.
Mac and his Embasador.
66 Bay Ship & Yacht Inc.
Bay Ship & Yacht shop yard located in Alameda since 1977 serving the marine industry in the Bay Area and around the world. Also providing great employment opportunities through an extensive training program.
67 Alameda Christian School
Using voices and bodies, xylophones, metallophones, drums and other percussion instruments, the children sing, play and dance their way through music from Thailand, Brazil, Zimbabwe, the Georgia Sea Islands and the Appalachian mountains.
68 Darling Courier Company
Darling Courier Company, Alameda’s delivery sweethearts. Darling is Alameda’s first and only bike delivery company. They deliver from any restaurant in town. And they can move up to 400 pounds at once with their cargo bikes. Wow.
69 George and Eddie Beck
An authentically restored Packard shows what luxury was like in 1937. Packard made cars from 1899 to 1958. The car has been owned by the Beck family for more than 46 years.
70 Alameda County Sherriff’s Mounted Posse
The Alameda County Sherriff’s Mounted Posse representing Sherriff Gregory J. Ahern, under the command of Captain Linda Post is proud to be here celebrating the fourth of July.
71 Jean Sweeney Open Space Park Fund
The Jean Sweeney Open Space Park will add 22 acres of park between Constitution Way and Sherman Street. The master design has been completed and plans for development are progressing.
72 The Mad Haighters
We’re Haight, we’re Haight for a very important date! The 300 block of Haight Avenue is at it again. This year we’re channeling all your favorite Alice in Wonderland characters. Happy Fourth of July.
73 Alameda Police Department
These young men and women are the first middle-school age students to complete the Alameda Police Department Youth Academy. Congratualtions on a job well done!
74 Otaez Restaurant
Happy fourth From Otaez Restaurant!
75 Hayward Hills Charros
Happy fourth from the Hayward Hills Charros!
76 Temple Israel of Alameda
For more than 90 years, serving the spiritual, social and relegious needs of the Jewish Community of the East Bay.
77 Trader Joe’s
Your neighborhood grocery store since 2002.
78 Alameda Gators Swim Team
Gators have been training swimmers from ages 6 to 18 for more than 35 years. Our coaches help swimmers achieve their personal bests. Some have gone on to swim in college and at Olympic trials. Come join the fun!
79 Marine Corps League
The United States Marine Corps, serving around the world to secure a free world for you and your family.
80 Alameda Head Start/Early Head Start
Serving children ages birth to five and moms to be.
81 Nea Community Learning Center
Nea Community Learning Center is a K-12 public charter school. The go-kart team is mentored by Daniel Pasker and Oladipo Wadley. Team members include: Aidan Hollman, Alexis Lee, Adam Foss, Thomas Kelly and driver Jonathan Kelly.
82 In Memory of Grandma Jean
Entering the dune buggy in honor of our Grandma Jean, who loved to enter her car in the parade before she became ill. Cancer gave Grandma her wings on May 10, 2014. Her grandkids will honor her by keeping the tradition.
83 Alameda Dance Party
We dance in unconventional spaces. We shake our booties and we don’t care who’s watching.Our speakers travel with us so we can get our groove thang on as a group. Everyone let’s dance!
84 Village Yurts LLC
The Spirit Ship is a journey into creative self expression. We celebrate the ways of our ancestors while navigating within the framework of globalization to arrive at an experience unique to the here and now.
85 American Roller Skating Derby
The Bay Bombers are back and better than ever with live, professional, banked-track Roller Derby, Saturday, July 19, at the rockin’ Alameda Point Gym, it’s the Bombers vs. Icebox’s Los Angeles Firebirds.
86 Alameda Gay Pride
AGP celebrates the diversity of Alameda’s gay community with support to and from AUSD LGBTQ Round Table, Gay-Straight Alliance, Harvey Milk Day Committee, Alameda’s faith groups and many straight allies.
87 Alameda Relay For Life
Alameda hosted its 20th Relay For Life on June 21 and 22, raising more than $66,000 so far. Go online to www.relayforlife.org/alamedaca to find out how you can support the fundraising “Dine and Donate at Tomatina” on July 8.
88 Moms Across America
We are a national coalition of unstoppable moms committed to empowering millions to educate themselves about GMOs and related pesticides, get GMOs labeled and offer GMO free and organic solutions.
89 Allure Skin Studio
Allure Skin Studio is a cozy and bright studio, located on Webster Street right above the Pacific Pinball Museum. Allure offers a full menu of services including facials, peels, waxing, organic spray tans and body wraps.
90 Alameda Boys and Girls Club
Alameda Boys and Girls Club: great futures start here.
91 Alameda Association of Realtors
The Alameda Association of Realtors is the local estate resource for our members, community and local government, serving Alameda for more than 90 years. No one “beats” our members.
92 Cool Safety LLC
Cool Safety teaches CPR, first-aid, wilderness first-aid and outdoor safety.
93 The Playa Long Hauler
This modified vehicle has graced the black rock desert at Burning Man the last three years. It has a mobile sound stage trailer and fiery flames that shoot out of the stacks and was built by Mr. and Mrs. Ferguson. TCB Baby!
94 Alameda Naval Air Museum
See history on the move at the Alameda Naval Air Museum. Planes, ships, vehicles of warfare on display along with the Military Vehicle Club of California, to honor our men and women in the military past, present and future.
95 Crab Cove Visitor Center
The Crab Cove Visitor Center, part of the East Bay Regional Park District, inspires Alameda to care about their local environment. We invite you to explore Crab Cove to learn about bay ecology and Alameda history.
96 Sierra Club
Supporting parkland expansion at Crab Cove and the creation of parks, the Bay Trail, wetland and wildlife habitat at Alameda Point.
97 Women’s Wellness
Women’s Wellness would like to present Tara’s Teas, a unique blend of herbal and organic teas created by Tara Christina herself.
98 The Saloons
Alameda’s own The Saloons would like to wish everyone a Happy Fourth. Visit them online at Facebook.com/thesaloons. Their next show is July 12 at The 1400 Club on Webster.
99 Lou’s Lagoon and Property Services
Lou of Lou’s Lagoon in his custom Lazy Boy would like to wish all a Happy Fourth of July and a special thanks to the homeowners’ association and its residents for all their support.
100 Bay Language Academy
Make sure all students young and old can fulfill their desire to become bi, tri or quadrilingual. We teach Spanish, French, Italian, Mandarin, Japanese, Arabic, and English.
101 Alameda Artists
Friendly Lord Zonar, the Alameda artist’s mascot, protector of the realm and forest of his name. See more art during the second Friday Alameda Art Walk.
102 Pippa & Co.
Pippa & Company, the little life of the party! Their soon to open store front on Santa Clara Avenue near Broadway will provide you with all of your pretty party needs, craft workshops and a place to find the maker inside you.
103 Neptune Beach Pearl
The boys of summer. Neptune Beach Pearl, Alameda’s collegiate summer baseball team featurng top players from around the country who live with gracious host families and call Alameda home for the summer. Go Pearl!
104 Law Office of George Derieg
Trusts and estates, George Derieg is your estate planning and probate attorney. Check us out online at eastbayattorney.com.
105 Alameda Fun Fair
The free Alameda Fun Fair will be at Littlejohn Park, Saturday, Aug. 16 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
106 Alameda Art Association
The Alameda Art Association wishes you a Happy Fourth of July.
107 Cactus Ranch
Happy Fourth of July from Cactus Ranch.
108 Halcyon Alameda Native Sons
As one of the oldest groups in California, dating back to 1884, we raise funds to help children with cleft palates, and we restore historical buildings throughout California. We also dedicate landmarks with a plaque ceremony.
109 The Bay Area Circus Arts Festival
The Bay Area Circus Arts Festival will return to Alameda High this fall. This free event is a great way to see and share juggling, unicycling and a ton of other circus skills. The show at Kofman Auditorium will be amazing!
110 Tomorrow Youth Repertory
Tommorow Youth Repertory strives for a truly community-centered experience. Theater made for the community, by the community. They offer after-school and main-stage, full-length productions for all ages. Come see Shrek at Kofman Auditorium Aug. 15 through 17.
111 Redwood Coast Cattledog Rescue
Sandy is a cuddly four-year-old cattledog mix that needs a forever home. She is smart, energetic but not hyper, lives with a cat, and won Best Trick at the Friends of the Alameda Animal Shelter’s Wiggle Waggle Walk.
112 Mahoney Walker Insurance
Expect the unexpected with Alameda’s own Mahoney Walker Insurance Brokerage. Providing personal service to be sure you have the right coverage at the best price. Because you just never know.
113 Starbaby Studios
Happy Fourth of July from Max, Leah and Jeffrey. Special thanks to Mary Rose Branchaud and Starbaby Studios, 1309 Park St.
114 Barbary Coast Burlesque
A community of showgirls and car enthusiasts. Barbary Coast and 24 Hours of Lemons come together to celebrate the Fourth of July.
115 Rocket Luna
Built for Burning Man in 2006, Rocket Luna represents a child’s imagination of a space ship, brought to life!
116 Social Revolution
Get out of your car and join the Social Revolution! These locally built and patented tricycles are perfect for your entire famiy to run errands and enjoy the Island in an environmentally friendly way. Soon to be in production.
117 Swing Kids
Bay Area Swing Kids, the youngest swing dancers in the U.S. Swing, Lindy-Hop, Charleston, Rock & Roll and many more. Join Swing Kids for sports-style dancing and acrobatics, individual skills, team communication, fun and a work out.
118 Alpicella Club
Happy Fourth of July!
119 Alameda Backyard Growers
Alameda Backyard Growers is a network of gardeners in Alameda, who grow their own food and donate extra fruit and vegtables to the Alameda Food Bank.
120 Alameda Community Sailing Center
Alameda Community Sailing Center at the old Navy Base wishes you a Happy Fourth of July.
121 USCG Auxiliary Honor Guard District 11 Northern Region
The U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary District 11 Northern Region Honor Guard pays tribute to our great country, military and civilians. The USCG has safeguarded our shores since 1790 and its auxiliary force is celebrating its 75th anniversary.
Headed by Eduardo Vargas, a fitness instructor and personal trainer currently teaching zumba and boot camp classes at Mariner Square Athletic Club and Just Dance Ballroom.
123 Alameda Healthcare and Wellness Center
Community skilled nursing facility serving the needs of individuals who wish to get back on their feet and dance to the beat of a new drum. Come by for a tour.
124 Bridge Point Church
Bridge Point Church is a place where you can find encouragement, joy, hope and power to overcome life’s obstacles. Come as you are. The atmosphere is casual. Service begins at 10 a.m.
125 Alameda Pirates Youth Football and Cheer
Youth Football and Cheer serving serving the families of Alameda for 14 years. Go Pirates!
126 Encinal Yacht Club
Here is a racing sailboat, a Melges 24, from Encinal Yacht Club (EYC). Come to EYC’s Open House today at 1251 Pacific Marina and see this boat and many others that are stored at and sailed from the club.
127 Encinal Junior Sailing
Encinal Yacht Club Junior Sailing Program.
128 Rancho El Afortunado
This ranch is representing some of the typical outfits of Mexico like Charro, Ranchero and Vaquero and the dancing horses, which take a long time to train. Many thanks to the Parade Committee.
129 East Bay Electric Auto Association
Now you can do your part to reduce air pollution and reduce the use of foreign oil by driving zero emissions in an all-electric car or truck.
130 Bladium Sports Club
Bladium is a community of members all looking to achieve certain goals, whether it be getting fit, staying fit, having fun or meeting new friends. And for those who join as a family, it’s often as simple as doing something together.
131 Executive Inn and Suites
The Exectuive Inn and Suites/Best Western provides courtesy shuttle service to and from Oakland Airport and Lake Merritt Bart Station. Take a staycation at our hotels just across the estuary.
132 Alameda Soccer Club
Alameda Youth Soccer Club is an all-volunteer and community-based soccer club, which provides support for competitive and recreational soccer for children in Alameda and neighboring cities.
133 Thomas E. Rute
Antique car that has been fully restored by the owner. Happy Fourth of July!
Curves is facility specially designed for woman, featuring fitness, meal plans, coaching and community all in one place! Now with fitness classes by Jillian Michaels, Zumba, toning and balance! Join today, get two weeks free!
135 Encinal High School Band
The Encinal High School band is student directed for the parade. The students have picked the music and self managed rehearsals, showing great leadership. We love being in our hometown parade. Happy Birthday, America!
136 Encinal Jets Cheerleading
The Encinal Jets Cheerleaders love to represent their schools and show their Jet pride! Their infectious spirit will make you yell, “Go Jets!”
137 The California State Horseman’s Association
The California State Horseman’s Association State Royalty: Miss CSHA, McKensey Middleton, State Ambasador, Philip McCabe and Region 4 Little Miss, Morgan Middleton. Come ride with CSHA. Happy Independence Day!
138 NRA Members’ Council of Alameda County
The National Rifle Association, teaching the nation firearm safety since 1871.
139 City of Alameda Democratic Club
The City of Alameda Democratic Club is one of the oldest Democratic clubs in the East Bay. We stand as leaders of Democratic activities in the community. Join us at 7 p.m. on the second Wednesday of the month at Alameda Hospital.
140 Lum PTA
Lum Elemmentary is a California Distinguished School, Alameda’s most multicultural elementary school and home of the Bears. Go Bears!
141 Rhythmix Cultural Works
Rhythmix Cultural Works brings people together through the arts. Join Rhythmix on Saturday, Aug. 23, for “Wine, Women and Song,” the seventh anniversary celebration featuring music from broadway to the blues.
142 Leela Yoga
Leela Yoga, Alameda’s yoga studio located on Lincoln Avenue and Grand Street with a full schedule of classes for all experience and ability levels. Putting the OM in cOMmunity!
143 Alameda Elks
Alameda Elks are people who are linked by a desire to see that kids grow up healthy and drug free and that veterans are not forgotten. Among its programs are the T-shirt League, the Hoop Shoot and Package Program for Vets.
144 Alameda Aero Club
Happy Fourth of July!
145 Band Clan Alameda
After-school rock band program for middle-and high-school students in Alameda.
146 Jenn Heflin Photography
Jenn Heflin Photography specializes in LinkedIn and company headshots, engagement pictures, family photos, birthday parties and fundraising events. The world is a visual place, put your best foot forward. Jennheflin.com.
147 Central Baptist Church
Central Baptist is promoting Agency D3, a fun-filled week of examing eyewitness reports, physical proof and biblical accounts to uncover and defend the truth about Jesus.
148 Buddhist Temple of Alameda
All are welcome to join us for services and Sunday school for kids. Kajiyama Taiko — offering classes for all ages at Alameda Point.
149 ASTI Aztechs Robotics-FRC 4186
First Robotics FRC Team 4186 and the ASTI Aztech Robotics Team present Robot Rampage! The team is showcasing two types of drive systems this year. Cassie has a six-wheeled West Coast drive while Meg features mecanum wheels.
150 United Food and Commercial Workers Union 5
United Food and Commercial Workers Union Local 5 is a union with deep roots in Northern California. The 30,000-member union has been on the front line in the struggle for workers rights, civil rights, gender equality, gay rights and immigration rights for years.
151 Oakland Yacht Club
Located near Shoreline Park, the Oakland Yacht Club has been in Alameda since 1977. Stop by OYC and along with our marina, check out our racing, social and boater-education programs. OYC wishes all a Happy July Fourth!
152 Oakland Firefighters Random Acts
Oakland Firefighters Random Acts is a non-profit organization that provides funds so Oakland firefighters can create random acts of kindness when they encounter people in need on 911 calls. They all serve from their hearts.
153 Welcome Transportation
We are a total transportation company with Taxi, wheel chair vans, special needs, Live Scan services, and cruise ship and airport delivery services.
154 Joel Bugarin, Alameda Citizen
Recycled American icon built with American ingenuity.
155 Upcycle Alameda
Wake Upcycle, Alameda! Want to make cool clothes and home décor out of junk and thrift items? Join us. Learn new skills, make friends with fellow Islanders and help reduce our local waste system. Upcycle, Alameda, it’s patriotic!
156 Yoga Alameda and Alameda Jiu-Jitsu
Alameda Jiu-Jitsu and Yoga Alameda offer a wide range of yoga, martial arts and fitness classes for the whole family. Stop by 1502 Park St. for more info.
157 The UP and Down
Local Alameda string band The UP and Down.
158 Westside Baptist Church
Westside Baptist Church has been in our community since 1950. We love to spread the good news to all.
The Tomatina Fiat, representing Tomatina Alameda at 1338 Park St. Tomatina is proud to be serving fresh pizza, pasta and piadines to Alameda for more than 15 years.
160 Rise Bodyworks
Your one-stop healthy body shop, offering everything from chiropractic services and massage to personal training and Pilates. The great staff of Rise is here to help restore balance to body and mind.
161 Alameda Girls Softball Association
Alameda girls softball league and travel program.
162 Faith Bible Church
Faith Bible Church is non-denominational, believes in the Trinity, the deity of the Lord Jesus Christ, the divine inspiration of the Bible; welcomes all to its Sunday Services at 10 a.m., located at 1206 Lincoln Ave. Join us!
163 Stars of Wrestling/OWA
Stars of Wrestling/OWA present the big showdown at the Alameda Point Gym on Saturday, Aug. 2 at 7 p.m. Hang out with us today, we have: Superantispyware Diablo Ponce Prince and Android Oakland’s own Insane Boys.
164 Vietnam Veterans, Dav 8/VVA400
165 Acorn A’s
A car club dedicated to the preservation of the Model A Ford. Based out of Castro Valley, so come check us out.
166 Gordeyville Family Fire Department
In honor of this city’s finest firefighters, the Gordey Family would like to share a piece of local history. For all the firemen in the city and beyond, this truck rolls for you!
167 The Sentimental Journey Boys
The Sentimental Journey Boys are 2013-2014 winners and national military veterans. Happy Fourth of July!
Last in line will be the city’s intrepid street sweepers cleaning up after all the celebration.
The Fourth of July Parade in Alameda is a transcending experience that takes one back in time to small town America.
Some say it's the longest parade in the United States, but certainly the Bay Area, boasting well over 100 entrants every year.
Photographers include: Dennis Evanosky, Eric J. Kos, JoanAnn Radu-Sinaiko, Kurt Peterson and others.