106th Annual Fourth of July Celebration Huntington Beach, California
Official Souvenir Program
2010 Huntington Beach
Celebration Events July 3rd, 4th, & 5th July 3 10:00 AM–9:00 PM Pier Plaza Festival, Huntington Beach Pier Entertainment: 2:30 PM–5:00 PM RockStars Youth Bands, performing top hits from music of 1970-1975 6:30 PM–8:00 PM RockStars’ Instructor Band, performing fantastic music from the ’70s, ’80s, ’90s and today 8:15 PM–9:00 PM RockStars Adult Live Performance Groups showcasing top Rock ‘n Roll hits from the ’70s & ’80s
July 4 6:00 AM Surf City 5K Run & Fitness Expo, 17th & Main Street 6:00 AM Kiwanis Pancake Breakfast, Lake Park, 11th & Main Street 10:00 AM 106th Annual 4th of July Parade begins at 8th & PCH, turns North on Main Street & ends at Yorktown Ave. 1:00–7:00 PM Main Street Family Fun Activities, Main & PCH 1:00–9:00 PM Pier Plaza Festival, Live Entertainment & Expo Entertainment: 2:00 PM Mr. HB, Matt Liffreing with HB Trivia & prizes from local merchants 3:00, 4:30 & 6:50 PM Radio Disney AM1110 Rockin’ Road Crew 3:30 PM Mai Tai’s HB Surf Band 5:00 PM Jessarae 5:50 PM Austin Anderson 6:05 PM Sammy & Sasha 7:00 PM Radio Disney Concert: Radio Disney’s 2009 N.B.T. winner, Jasmine, and AllStar Weekend 9:00 PM Fireworks Over the Ocean, HB Pier, Main & PCH
July 5 10:00 AM–6:00 PM
Pier Plaza Festival, Huntington Beach Pier
Table of Contents Fourth of July Celebration Directors & Board Members ................2 Celebrating a Star Spangled 4th .......................................................3 A Fourth of July Welcome From Mayor Cathy Green ....................4 City Councilmembers & Elected Officials ......................................4 Fireworks Over the Ocean ..............................................................5 Fireworks Presenting Sponsor Radio Disney ...................................5 Matt Liffreing, Bill Gallienne Award Winner..................................6 In Memorium, Marvin Marker ......................................................6 Happy 4th of July to Everyone!.........................................................9 Parade Grand Marshal, Roger Williams.........................................10 Community Grand Marshal, Bob Mandic.....................................13 Sports Grand Marshal, Jesse Sapolu...............................................14 Military Grand Marshal, Colonel Terry Knight.............................15 Celebrity Guest K-EARTH 101 FM’s Gary Bryan........................15 Teen Grand Marshal, Atticus Shaffer.............................................16
Military Guest, CSM Victor Martinez...........................................16 Military Guest, Major General John S. Harrel...............................17 Celebrity Guest, Rick Dickert.......................................................18 Section 3309 “Safe and Sane” or Dangerous Fireworks..................19 Miss Huntington Beach & Her Court...........................................19 HB 4th of July Celebration!............................................................20 Parade Line-Up.............................................................................24 Parade Route Map.........................................................................28 Patriots’ Club................................................................................33 Main Street Home Decorating Contest.........................................34 US Navy Simulator.......................................................................36 Strike Up the Band!.......................................................................41 F&M/Komen Partnership.............................................................41 Logo Design..................................................................................43
Fourth of July Celebration
Directors & Board Members
Stacey Newton, Assistant Director, 2010 Fourth of July Celebration
Patricia Stier, Director, 2010 Fourth of July Celebration
Celebrating a Star Spangled 4th The Huntington Beach 4th of July Parade and Celebration is 106 years old today. From the early days, Independence Day in Huntington Beach has meant fun at the beach, picnics in the park, strolling on the pier, hot dogs, ice cream and lining Main Street to watch the “largest 4th of July parade west of the Mississippi.” As the sun sets over Catalina Island floating in the distance, everyone gathers on the shore for Fireworks Over the Ocean, shot from the Huntington Beach Pier. Now, expanded events contribute to the hometown experience. The early morning Surf City 5K Run and Fitness Expo, an old fashioned Kiwanis Pancake Breakfast in Lake Park, and the spectacular 3-day Pier Plaza Festival round out the celebration. The Pier Plaza Festival will provide good, old fashioned family fun beginning at 2:00 PM with Mr. HB himself, Matt Liffreing, who will wow the crowd with a game of Surf City Trivia and prizes from local merchants followed by a variety of entertainment all afternoon and early evening prior to the Fireworks Show at 9:00 PM. So get ready for a morning, afternoon and evening of patriotic tradition, Huntington Beach style, as we celebrate a Star Spangled 4th where, at least for just one day, Huntington Beach is everyone’s 4th of July hometown.
A Fourth of July Welcome from Mayor Cathy Green
Welcome to the Annual Celebration of our fabulous Fourth of July Parade celebrating “A Star Spangled Fourth!” The Annual 4th of July celebration is still the best community event of the year and demonstrates our city’s commitment to our country and its independence. It showcases the dedication of our residents and leaders and the collaboration of our volunteer groups, and businesses. Congratulations to our grand marshals and honored guests who are the ambassadors of the parade. We are so proud to have you all in our city to share this extraordinary day with the Huntington Beach Community.
Cathy Green Mayor, City of Huntington Beach
City Councilmembers & Elected Officials
Standing Left to Right: City Treasurer Shari Fredenrich, City Councilmember Joe Carchio, Mayor Pro Tem Jill Hardy, City Councilmember Devin Dwyer, City Attorney Jennifer McGrath, City Clerk Joan Flynn, City Councilmember Don Hansen Seated Left to Right: Mayor Cathy Green, City Councilmember Keith Bohr, City Councilmember Gil Corper
Fireworks Over the Ocean
Zambelli, The First Family of Fireworks, combines four generations of family fireworks expertise for the Fireworks Spectacular that will light the night sky over the Huntington Beach Pier. Established by patriarch and one-time fireworker, Antonio Zambelli, the Zambelli Fireworks Manufacturing Company is now known world-wide as the industry standard in design and technology. Headquartered in New Castle, Pa, the Zambelli family carries on the dreams, dedication and precision infused into the business by Antonio. Fireworks music choreographed by Jeff Eidemiller will take on a different tone this year. As always, Jeff does a great job of mixing popular music along with traditional, patriotic music audiences expect at a fireworks show. Fireworks Over the Ocean Presenting Sponsor, Radio Disney AM 1110, kicks off the 4th of July with a concert at 7 PM on Pier Plaza, featuring AllStar Weekend and Radio Disney’s 2009 N.B.T. winner, Jasmine. Fireworks begin following the concert at 9 PM, complete with classic patriotic music and top hits from Radio Disney AM 1110, as the fireworks shells burst in the night sky. Reserved seating is available on the HB Pier and tickets can be purchased online at www.hb4thofjuly.org or at the pier prior to the show. Seats are limited.
Fireworks Presenting Sponsor
Radio Disney Radio Disney, the #1, 24-hour radio network devoted to kids, tweens and families is Presenting Sponsor of this year’s Fireworks Over the Ocean. Radio Disney entertainment includes a pre-fireworks concert showcasing Hollywood Records’ Allstar Weekend and N.B.T. (Next Big Thing) winner Jasmine Sagginario. Kids will have fun with the Radio Disney Rockin’ Road Crew who will be on hand in the afternoon with games and prizes.
Matt Liffreing Bill Gallienne Award Winner
Long-time Huntington Beach resident, Matt Liffreing, has been awarded the Bill Gallienne Award for outstanding volunteerism and dedication assisting with the annual efforts of the Huntington Beach 4th of July Parade and Celebration. For more than 27 years, Matt has assisted in several capacities. He is best known for announcing the parade on Main Street, as well as twice co-hosting live television coverage, including man-on-the street. He’s assisted with promotions and coordinated the 4th of July website, acted as MC at the annual Sponsor Recognition Event and for the last eight years entertained families at Pier Plaza with a game of Surf City Trivia. Riding with Matt today are his daughter, Ilyse, and son, Jared, and Matt’s Fiance, Lillie Hott, and her daughter Fallon Hott. “He is one that never says no when asked to help and always gives far more than anyone expects. Matt is creative and resourceful. He’s the person the Executive Board can always turn to and count on. This year he’ll be taking a well deserved ride in the parade with his family,” said Patricia Stier, Board Director. The Bill Gallienne Award is given each year to an outstanding 4th of July volunteer. Bill Gallienne was instrumental in keeping the annual parade going during the depression. Fondly known to Huntington Beach locals as “Generalissimo”, Gallienne ensured the continuity of Huntington Beach’s historic tradition that has continued for 106 years.
Marvin Marker A familiar face will be missing from the Huntington Beach Parade today. For the first time in more than 50 years, Mr. Marvin Marker will not be marching with the Long Beach Junior Concert Band that he founded some 58 years ago. His sudden death on December 6th, 2009 shocked and saddened all those who had benefited from his care and compassion over the years. Please be sure to give the brave young people of LBJCB an extra cheer as they play for you today—they aren’t just entertaining Huntington Beach—they are marching for Marvin. And you may be sure that somewhere nearby, a smiling spirit in a red cap, red blazer, and a stars and stripes tie, is still keeping a watchful eye on “his kids.” Thank you Marvin—your legacy lives on.
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The 4th of July Celebration continues on this great holiday in spite of the slow economy and financial stresses that have affected our city like so many others. With the unwavering determination of a dedicated Fourth of July Executive Board we can once again deliver a memorable day for all who come to Huntington Beach. The generosity of our faithful sponsors—the hotels that donate rooms, food and parking places, restaurants who donate merchandise and meals, the newspapers, TV and radio stations that promote and cover our events, folks who purchase logo memorabilia and most critical to our success, cash sponsors, all who choose to showcase their company’s patriotic commitment to the community—enable us to carry on this great party year after year. Dedicated volunteer city employees make this event better with their expertise and guidance. Many give up time with their own families on the 4th to keep us safe and the day running smoothly as hundreds of thousands come into town to join the fun. We’re proud to say we are Americans and live in California but we are especially proud to say we’re from Huntington Beach, home of the best patriotic parade on the 4th of July. Patricia Stier Director, Fourth of July Executive Board
Parade Grand Marshal
Roger Williams The Key-Dazzling “Mr. Piano”
The first pianist to have a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, Roger Williams has 21 Gold and Platinum albums to his credit. Mr. Williams is also the only artist to receive the Steinway lifetime Achievement Award and the first to have a series of Steinway pianos named after him.
Roger’s artistry spans four decades beginning in 1955 with his recording of “Autumn Leaves”. Williams followed with more million-selling records, including “Born Free”, “Impossible Dream”, “Near You”, “Almost Paradise”, “Two Different Worlds”, “Maria”, “Lara’s Theme” from Dr. Zhivago and the theme from “Somewhere in Time”.
Mr. Williams has performed “Mr. at everyPiano” major venue, with nearly every major symphony orchestra, including Carnegie Hall, the The Key-Dazzling Hollywood Bowl and for nine Chief Executives beginning with Harry Truman at the White House. He has headlined at the MGM-Grand and The Tropicana. A talented, charming, affable, impeccable and enduring showman, Roger Williams is this year’s Parade Grand Marshal.
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Community Grand Marshal
2010 Fourth of July Community Grand Marshal, Bob Mandic, born and raised in Huntington Beach, is a dedicated community member who has generously given his time and talents to the betterment of our city. Bob’s family dates back to 1939 from a home on Main Street where the parade passed by and Bob sold soft drinks along the parade route for 10 cents. His community involvement has been evident over the years, serving as HB City Council Member in 1978 & 1982 and Mayor in 1982 and 1986. He was instrumental in establishing the Sister City Program and the HB Equestrian Center, the rebuilding of the Pier and the renovation of the Newland House Museum. Additionally, he has donated his time and dollars toward the American Legion, youth sports in the community, HBHS Music Program, Miss HB Scholarship pageant, the Children’s Need Task Force and of course, the 4th of July festivities. “For the past 50 years, Bob had been a leader in our community and an example of a selfless citizen, in love with Huntington Beach. He’s a visionary with the dedication to turn dreams into reality. All of us are grateful for his public service and personal enthusiasm.
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Sports Grand Marshal
Jesse Sapolu San Fransisco 49ers
Hawaii sports Hall of Fame and Cybermuseum pioneer Jesse Sapolu excelled as standout player on the offensive line at the U of Hawaii from 1979-82. In 1983, Sapolu played in the Hula Bowl and went on to be drafted into the NFL by the San Francisco 49ers. During his 12-year career with the 49ers he played on 4 Super Bowl Championship teams and two pro bowls. Jesse played both center and offensive guard and spent his entire career in a San Francisco 49ers uniform. Sapolu is one of six 49ers to own four Super Bowl Championship Rings, 1984, 88, 89 and 94. He earned Pro Bowl honors in 1993 and 1994. Since retiring in 1997, Jesse has lived in Huntington Beach and remains active in the community as well as the San Francisco 49ers Alumni. He is also an Offensive Line Coach for the Edison High School Chargers.
Military Grand Marshal
Colonel Terry Knight California National Guard
COL Terry Knight joined the Army in 1969 and was accepted into Officer Candidate School. Upon being commissioned as an Army Combat Intelligence Officer, he was assigned to the National Security Agency. He joined the California National Guard in 1980 and served as a Public Affairs Officer for the Selective Service System for 18 years. In May of 1999, COL Knight was hired as the State Director of Public Affairs for the California National Guard. After two years as PA and Marketing Director for the Cal Guard’s Youth Programs, Knight returned to the Joint Force Headquarters in 2006 as Director of Community Relations. Since 2000, the Community Relations division of CNG Public Affairs has been honored six times as best program in the nation by the National Guard Bureau. His military decorations include the Meritorious Service Medal (2) w/Oak Leaf Cluster, Army Commendation Medal (2) w/Oak Leaf Cluster, Joint Service Achievement Medal and the Selective Service Meritorious Service Medal. COL Knight is a member of numerous organizations including the UCR Alumni Association, Screen Actors Guild, American Federation of Radio and Television Artists and Sacramento Press Club.
Gary Bryan K-EARTH 101 FM
Gary Bryan is in the driver’s seat mornings at heritage oldies station K-EARTH 101 FM and K-EARTH 101 HD. The National Association of Broadcasters named Bryan a “Legend of Radio” in 1998. Gary Bryan in the Morning supplies Southern California commuters with a healthy dose of music, fun and entertainment weekday mornings from 5-10 AM. Since 2004, K-EARTH has been a radio partner and sponsor of the Huntington Beach 4th of July Celebration providing entertainment, music and live broadcasts from the Pier Plaza Festival.
Teen Grand Marshal
Atticus Shaffer “Brick Heck”
Teen Grand Marshal, Atticus Shaffer, plays “Brick Heck,” the youngest child of Frankie and Mike Heck on the new ABC hit MIDDLE. He’s known both in the household and out for some, let’s say odd behavior—his best friend is his backpack. He began his career in 2006 and soon landed a guest starring role in the series The Class. That role led him to the role of “Brick” in the original ABC pilot, The Middle. Several appearances followed, such as My Name is Earl, Days of Our Lives, Carpoolers, Out of Jimmy’s Head and Human Giant. Perhaps best known for the bus stop scene he shared with Will Smith in Hancock, Atticus’ other roles in feature films include The Unborn, An American Carol, Leaving Barstow, Opposite Day, and, most recently he plays “Albert Glass,” in the animated Disney Channel series Fish Hooks and as the “Vesuvius Twins” in Penguins of Madagascar on Nickelodeon. Among Atticus’ many talents is his unique approach to comedy, which he has displayed in numerous commercials, most notably with AIG. He has also provided many voiceovers in feature films, including Year One, Subject: I Love You and Ice Age III.
CSM Victor Martinez Command Sergeant Major, National Training Center and Fort Irwin
Command Sergeant Major Victor Martinez is a native of Los Angeles. CSM Martinez has served in every enlisted leadership position within the Field Artillery from Howitzer Section Chief to Command Sergeant. His awards and decorations include the Legion of Merit, Bronze Star Medal with 1 Oak Leaf Cluster (OLC), Purple Heart, Meritorious Service Medal with 2 (OLC), Army Commendation Medal with 2 (OLC), Army Achievement Medal with 8 (OLC), National Defense Service Medal, Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, the Valorous Unit Award, Combat Action Badge, Air Assault Badge. CSM Martinez is a member of the prestigious Sergeant Morales Club and the Sergeant Audie Murphy Club as well as the recipient of the Order of Saint Maurice, the Noble Patron of Armor, and the Ancient Order of Saint Barbara.
Major General John S. Harrel
Commanding General, California Army National Guard, Los Alamitos Following 36 years of active and reserve military service, Major General John S. Harrel assumed the duties as Commanding General, California Army National Guard. He previously served as Commanding General 40th Infantry Division. Major General Harrel’s awards and decorations include the Legion of Merit, Meritorious Service Medal and the Army Commendation Medal, the Kosovo Campaign Medal and the Ukraine Order of Merit. MG Harrel holds a Juris Doctorate Degree from Southwestern University and a BA degree in History from California State University, Northridge. He is a retired California Deputy Attorney General.
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Home Decorating Contest Be sure to take a look at homes along the Parade Route. Decorated in 4th of July holiday style, the patriotic look can win an award in one of three categories. Decorations might qualify for Most Creative, Most Patriotic Spirit and Best in Show. The winner in each category will be awarded prizes from local merchants and hotels plus a sign designating their victory. The contest is for homes whose addresses begin at 500 Main Street and stretch to 17th & Main near city hall. Many thanks to everyone who exhibited their red, white and blue for this year as we celebrate â€œA Star Spangled 4th.â€?
Watch the parade on KOCE-TV and the OC Channel, July 4th at 3:30pm (OC Channel: Time Warner - Ch. 235 • Cox - Ch. 810 • Verizon Fios - Ch. 470 • On Air - Ch. 50.2)
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The US Navy Simulator is a 12-passenger mobile unit featuring the live-action Navy film “Feel the Rush.” It moves in sync with point-ofview imagery presented on a large screen. It’s educational and entertaining at the same time. The Simulator is easily accessible and gives people a firsthand, interactive experience they won’t forget. Don’t miss it!
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Unlimited admission to 165 awesome rides and shows through Dec. 31, 2010. Buy your Season Pass now at KNOTTS.COM. * Dark Wednesdays. Shows dates are subject to change. Please see knotts.com before your visit. ** Excludes Halloween Haunt.
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Strike Up the Band! The pride of Central Minnesota, the award-winning St. Cloud All-City Marching Band is comprised of dedicated students in grades 7-12 from area schools that do not offer a marching band opportunity. For over 25 years, the St. Cloud All-City Marching Band has delighted crowds with unique and original shows that challenge the performers and thrill the audiences. But the performances are only part of the story. In addition to marching and music, the St. Cloud All-City Marching Band provides students the opportunity to participate in a program that emphasizes teamwork, discipline, friendship and fun! While the band earned many awards, the true measure of success is the applause and smiles along the parade routes and the pride on the performer’s faces.
Partnership Farmers & Merchants Bank is proud to partner with the Orange County Affiliate of Susan G. Komen for the Cure to salute breast cancer survivors and celebrate their freedom from a disease that affects one in eight women in her lifetime. Marching with F&M on this Independence Day are breast cancer survivors and Komen advocates who are on a mission to save lives, empower others to receive early mammograms and ensure quality care for all. F&M is joining the Komen Orange County Affiliate’s mission to highlight the importance of early detection being a woman’s best protection. To encourage support for the cure, F&M is kicking off the “Pink Checking” program in conjunction with Susan G. Komen for the Cure. For every new qualified checking account opened, F&M will donate $125—the average cost of a mammogram—to the Komen Orange County Affiliate. Due to state budget cuts, fewer women have access to lifesaving breast health care. Komen and F&M are working toward a goal to ensure that more women, including those who are low-income and uninsured, receive mammograms, treatment and support services they would otherwise be unable to afford. Farmers & Merchants Bank is a presenting sponsor of the Komen Orange County Race for the Cure, a 5K run/walk fundraising event coming up Sunday, September 26 at Fashion Island in Newport Beach. Join Susan G. Komen for the Cure and F&M as we strive to achieve a world without breast cancer. For information on the Orange County Affiliate of Susan G. Komen for the Cure, visit www.komenoc.org. For more information on Farmers & Merchants Bank’s Pink Checking program, visit www.fmb.com or stop by your local branch today!
Summer’s here, and so is the KOCE-TV Great West Coast Auction, July 1-31! There is Something for Everyone! We’ve got exciting packages with exotic getaways, fine dining, great gifts, entertainment, and more! Join the fun and support the awesome programs on KOCE-TV while you catch a wave of cool deals!
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Logo Design Creative Vision Group is the design team behind the 2010 4th of July logo. For the second year, their team skillfully combined elements that are traditionally Huntington Beach…the sea, HB Pier, fireworks bursting over the ocean and the American flag.
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What do you feel like? Left to Right: Shawnn Gallagher, Dave Neustaedter, Sawako Agravante
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Published on Jul 4, 2010