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Mother Lode Round-Up Parade

The world famous Mother Lode Round-Up Parade kicks off in Downtown Sonora at 10 a.m. Saturday, May 8th, and will feature nearly 200 parade entries marching, trotting and rolling down the entire length of Washington Street. As usual, thousands of spectators can be expected, lining the street to watch and cheer. The Parade is recognized as the second largest parade in California (second only to the Rose Bowl Parade). It draws over 50,000 visitors and spectators and has become one of "the events to see" in California. The Parade has grown to 5 Sections of over 200 entries.

Remember, the Parade begins at 10am on Saturday, May 8th and there will be a crowd so get there early to find a place to park and to stake your claim on place watch along Washington Street. Click here for the Parade Route.

2010 Parade Entries
Section Entry # Class Entry Name
2 106 6 AAhmes Shriners – Shirnes on Parade
2 105 6 AAhmes Shriners – Shirnes on Parade
2 112 6 AAhmes Shriners – Shirnes on Parade
2 111 6 AAhmes Shriners – Shirnes on Parade
2 113 6 AAhmes Shriners – Shirnes on Parade
2 110 6 AAhmes Shriners – Shirnes on Parade
2 109 6 AAhmes Shriners – Shirnes on Parade
2 107 6 AAhmes Shriners – Shirnes on Parade
1 67 34 Brooke Borba
0-Lead 12 44 2010 Mother Lode Round Up Queen
4 167 44 Air Force Recruiter
1 39 1 American Sports ACRO & Gymnastics
3 125 29 Amigos Del Sol
4 160 1 Andy’s Home Center
1 55 19 Antique Automobile Club of America – Mother Lode Region
3 134 2 A-TCAA Food Bank
3 121 4 Black Hat Foundation
0-Lead 17 44 Black Oak Casino
2 75 43 Bradshaw Christian School Elementary and Junior High Bands
1 64 36 Brennan Stone
3 147 44 Bret De St. Jeor
3 146 29 Bustle and Beaus and the Original Shady Lady
4 166 16 Cal Fire; USFS; Tuol Co Fire Dept
2 103 23 Calaveras Tuolumne Cattlewomen
0-Lead 29 44 California Highway Patrol
0-Lead 21 44 California Rodeo Salinas
0-Lead 9 1 Carl’s Jr
2 87 3 Chirstian Heights Chruch "Kidz of Promise"
1 38 17 Christian Heights Church
1 71 5 Christian Life Center of Sonora
0-Lead 28 44 Clarke Broadcasting
0-Lead 18 44 Clarke Broadcasting
3 132 43 Columbia School Band
4 158 16 Columbia Volunteer Fire Dept
1 37 44 Committee to Elect Bob Fulcher
4 170 44 Committee to Elect Evan Royce
2 98 44 Committee to Re-Elect Ken Caetano Assessor-Recorder
4 153 44 Committee to Re-elect Sheriff Jim Mele
3 133 2 Community Service Unit Inc
3 122 44 Country Cowboy Church
1 69 37 Country Doctor and Amazing Grace
1 40 11 Creative Sounds Present’s Sonora Poi Dance Class
1 57 4 Cub Scout Packs 570 and 60
1 51 43 Curtis Creek Mustang Band
1 46 1 D&H Motorsports
1 74 44 Daniel Miller
2 77 44 Dave Bonnot for Supervisor
4 165 18 Daves Off Road
4 174 4 E. Clampus Vitus Matuca Chapter 1849
3 145 41 El Dorado Caballos Paso Fino’s
2 84 44 Elect Mike Dambacher Assessor-Recorder
3 137 2 Forest Service 4 park Service Rangers
1 73 1 Frontier Property Management
1 65 36 Future Horseman
2 86 8 Geezers of Sonora
1 54 4 Girl Scouts Golden Timbers Service Unit
1 68 33 Girls and Their Horse’s
3 148 23 Gold Country Extreme Cowboy Assoc
1 62 22 Gold Dust
0-Lead 16 44 Golden State Cellular
2 100 44 Heidi Fuller For Senate
3 126 1 High Country Sports Arena
1 72 44 Homeward Bound Golden Retriever Rescue
2 78 1 House to Home Consignment
4 155 1 I Love to Dive
2 92 39 Itsy Bitsy Miniature Horse Ranch
1 30 43 JAMESTOWN School Band
4 157 44 Jeff Denham for Congress
4 168 17 Joe Cover and Sons
3 142 1 JS WEST and Companies
0-Lead 10 44 Kamps Propane
1 47 2 Kiwanis Club of Sonora
2 96 1 Knowles Hill Bed & Breakfast
2 81 6,16 Korean War Dogs: Chapter #203 Turlock, CA
1 49 3 Kountry Kids Preschool
3 117 44 Kristin Olsen For State Assembly
4 173 44 Kurt Vander Weide, State Assembly Candidate
0-Lead 24 41 La Grange Rodeo Royalty
1 59 1 Let’er Buck Western Wear and Uniform Supply
3 128 1 Linkline Charter and Tours
1 61 30 Madison O’Meara Snipes
0-Lead 15 44 Major Sponsor Flags
0-Lead 6 44 Major Sponsors – No Entries
1 35 44 Marching 4 Meg in 2010
4 151 44 Matt Hawkins for City Council
2 83 23 Mid Valley Unit Back Country Horseman of CA
0-Lead 20 44 Miss Rodeo California
3 140 1 Miss Tuolumne County Scholarship Pageant
3 124 18 ML Volkswagan Club
4 162 44 Mobile RV Reparis and Service
2 104 25 Monterey County Sheriff’s Posse
2 85 18 Mother Lode Corvettes
1 45 1 Mother Lode Fair – (4) GEMS and 1 Donkey
3 129 1 Mother Lode Internet
0-Lead 14 44 Mother Lode Round Up 2nd Runner Up
0-Lead 13 44 Mother Lode Round Up 1st Runner Up
0-Lead 19 25 Mother of the Year!
2 91 5, 7 Mr. Rooter
3 119 1 Murphy Mobile Veterinary Service
0-Lead 23 44 Oakdale Rodeo Queen and Princess
3 139 1 Onstage Dance Studio
1 53 15 Operation Mom
1 48 1 Opie’s/Jim’s Automotive Service
4 172 1 OpQ Propane
0-Lead 25 44 Pocatello, Idaho Rodeo Queen
1 60 30 Rachael Davis
3 131 8 Radier’s Cheerleader
3 123 1 Radovich Hay and Feed
4 152 1 Railtown 1897 – State Historical Park
1 44 9 Randi Murray’s Dance Studio
2 94 15 Rite OF Honor
1 66 36 Roundtree Sisters of Painted Hills
1 50 9 Safari Learning Center
2 108 6 Shriners on Parade
0-Lead 7 44 Sierra Motors
1 56 44 Sierra Repertory Theatre
2 114 19 Sierra Saints Chapter of Christian Motorcyclists ASSN.
1 32 1 Skyline Place Senior Living
2 88 2 Sonora Cat Rescue
3 115 43 Sonora El marching BOBCATS
3 138 2 Sonora Elks Lodge #1587
3 141 3 Sonora FFA
2 99 43 Sonora High School Golden Regiment Band
1 33 7 Sonora Parent Nursery School
2 76 8 Sonora Red Hat Golden Girls
3 118 16 Sonora Volunteer Fire
Department
0-Lead 8 43 Soulsbyville Marching FALCON Band
2 93 39 Sparkle
3 127 44 Special Olympics – Tulumne County
1 36 44 St Michaels Pooper Scoopers
3 149 44 St Michaels Volunteer Pooper Scoopers
0-Lead 22 41 Stanislaus County Sheriffs Posse Queen
2 90 42 Stephanie and Mary Suess
4 150 43 Summerville High School "Orange Crush" Band
3 143 43 Summerville High School Cheerleaders
4 156 1 Terry’s Sew and Vac
2 102 21 The Country Mountain Riders
3 116 4 The Humane Society of Tuolumne County
4 171 2,7 The Ogopogo Fundation
2 79 4 Therapy Dogs of the Sierra
3 135 1 TnC Signs
4 161 18 TNR Racing
1 41 44 Tom Berryhill for State Senate
2 97 41 Tom Firth
2 95 17 Tom Memmer for Sheriff
3 120 1 Top Cuts Barber Shop
0-Lead 1 44 TSCP Color Guard
0-Lead 11 44 TSCP Past 2009/10 Queen
0-Lead 3 25 TSCP Posse Captain
1 34 44 TSCP’s Honorary Town Marshall
0-Lead 5 44 TSCP’s Parade Grand Marshall
4 159 5 Tuffy Nuff Logging
1 70 37 Tuolume County Visitors Bureau
3 136 2 Tuolumne Co Sheriff’s Search and Rescue
3 144 1 Tuolumne County Chamber of Commerce
4 169 44 Tuolumne County Health Department
2 101 3 Tuolumne County Hi 4-H
1 42 44 Tuolumne County Historical Society
1 52 44 Tuolumne County Republican Party
4 164 2 Tuolumne County Resource Conservation District Uglies Truck in the
County  
0-Lead 2 44 Tuolumne County Sheriff Jim Mele
0-Lead 4 44 Tuolumne County Sheriff’s Posse Committee – No Actual Rider
4 163 44 Tuolumne County Transit Bus
1 31 44 Tuolumne County Transit Trolley
3 130 1 Tuolumne Lumber Jubilee
0-Lead 26 2 Tuolumne Rec Department is partnering with Prevent Child Abuse
2 89 23 Twain Harte Horsemen
2 82 15 VFW Post 3154
2 80 15 Vietnam Veterans of America
Color Guard Chapter 391
1 63 36 Virginia Rose Hahn
0-Lead 27 44 Wells Fargo
Bank
4 154 1 Wide Open Motorsports