Monday, September 26, 2016
Circle V in Los Alamos Days Parade
Los Alamos, Santa Barbara County, California—The 70th annual Los Alamos Old Days hosted its “Greatest Little Small Town Parade” today (Sunday, 9/25/16) under warm, sunny skies starting at 11:00 a.m. featuring more than 400 participants in 41 entries from around the region. The parade and festivities attracted an estimated 3,000 people to the community today according to organizers. This year’s parade theme was “Celebrating Our Community.”
Los Alamos Old Days is sponsored, coordinated and hosted by all-volunteer members of the Los Alamos Valley Men’s Club (LAVMC)—a philanthropic 501(C)3 not-for-profit group of men, women and families—dedicated to preserving the town’s unique Western character and hospitality. LAVMC provides scholarships and funding to local students and other non-profit organizations, as well as offering its facilities for rent for private events. The Club is supported by tax-deductible donations from individuals, families and businesses.'
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