Cattle Call Parade showcases heritage and community spirit

Brawley City Mayor Donald Wharton waves as he rides aboard his float during the 63rd annual Cattle Call Parade on Saturday in Brawley. PHOTO VINCENT OSUNA

BRAWLEY — The annual Cattle Call Parade held Saturday here celebrated its 63rd year of existence, which is a long time, depending on how one looks at it.

If one is comparing it to the number of years Pepsi Cola Bottling Co. has served the community here, then there’s some catching up to do.

Cattle Call Parade showcases heritage and community spirit

2019 Cattle Call Teen Queen Cidney Roper (left) and Queen Jessica Friley wave to the crowd during the 63rd annual Cattle Call Parade on Saturday in Brawley. PHOTO VINCENT OSUNA

Cattle Call Parade showcases heritage and community spirit

Leilani Nigos, 11, takes a small sip of water after finishing the parade route during the 63rd annual Cattle Call Parade on Saturday in Brawley. PHOTO VINCENT OSUNA

Staff Writer Vincent Osuna can be reached at vosuna@ivpressonline.com or 760-337-3442.

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