CATTLE CALL PARADE: Wild time expected at annual event

The 2014 Cattle Call Queen Alex Baran waves to the crowds as she rides her horse down Main Street Nov. 8, 2014, for the annual Cattle Call Parade in Brawley. ERIC MILLER FILE PHOTO

BRAWLEY — The Chamber of Commerce here is ready to end weeklong festivities with one of the biggest parades that flows through the Imperial Valley every year, the annual Cattle Call Rodeo Parade set for Saturday.

About 100 floats will culminate the weeklong festivities that celebrate the storied rodeo that will be showcased later in the day and Sunday.

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