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1998 TOURNAMENT OF ROSES PARADE.



Here is a list of the floats, equestrian teams and bands, in order of appearance, that are scheduled to take part in the 1998 Tournament of Roses parade The Tournament of Roses Parade was established, and first held, on January 1,1890, in Pasadena, California, eight miles (13 km) northeast of Downtown Los Angeles.

Rooted in tradition, this parade is broadcast on multiple television networks, watched by upwards of one
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1. Los Angeles Unified All-District High School Honor Band

2. Fantastic Journey (20th Century Life Insurance) float

3. U.S. Marine Corps Mounted Color Guard, equestrian

4. U.S. Marine Corps West Coast Composite Band

5. Flying Kites (United Airlines) float

6. Medieval Times, equestrian

7. Amazing Fun in L.A. (Los Angeles) float

8. Derby High School Derby High School could refer to several high schools:
  • Derby High School, Derby, in Derby, Derbyshire, England
  • Derby High School (Connecticut) in Derby, Connecticut, USA
  • Derby High School (Bury, England) in Bury, Greater Manchester, England
 Panther Marching Band (Derby, Kan.)

9. Texas Ladies Aside, equestrian

10. Grand Marshal Carol Burnett, car

11. Macarena (Sunkist Growers) float

12. The Martinez Family, equestrian

13. Rollerbunnies (Downey Rose Float Association) float

14. Pasadena City College Herald Trumpets

15. Rose Queen and Royal Court, float

16. Pasadena City College Tournament of Roses Honor Band

17. Our Science Project (Edison International) float

18. The Welsh Dragons, equestrian

19. Float'n Along (Lions Club International) float

20. The Grenada High School Marching Band (Grenada, Miss.)

21. Fun Zone, (American Honda Motor Company) float

22. Two in a Row (Big Ten conference) float

23. University of Michigan (body, education) University of Michigan - A large cosmopolitan university in the Midwest USA. Over 50000 students are enrolled at the University of Michigan's three campuses. The students come from 50 states and over 100 foreign countries.  Band

24. Rock Concert (Countrywide Home Loans) float

25. Bringing the World Together (Rotary International) float

26. American Icelandic Horse Group, equestrian

27. All-A-Board! (Sierra Madre Rose Float Association) float

28. University High School Cougar Band and Guard (Orlando, Fla.)

29. Tournament of Roses President Gary Dorn, car

30. Reptile Wonderland (United States Postal Service) float

31. Roy Rogers & Dale Evans Museum's Congress of Fancy Range Riders, equestrian

32. Summer Fun (Ruby's Restaurants) float

33. Mililani High School Mililani High School is the only public high school located in the town of Mililani, Oʻahu. Serving an enrollment of nearly 2,500 students in grades 9-12, Mililani High School is considered one of the largest public  Trojan Marching Band (Mililani, Hawaii)

34. Adventures in the Rain Forest (Rain Bird Sprinkler Manufacturing Corporation) float

35. Hawaii Pa'u Riders, equestrian

36. Adventures on the South China Sea (China Airlines, Ltd.) float

37. American Fork High School American Fork High School (AF High) is a public high school in American Fork, Utah. Its mascot is the Caveman, chosen as a tribute to Timpanogos Cave. Along with Carlsbad High School in New Mexico, and Grants Pass High School in Southern Oregon, they are the only schools in the  Marching Band (American Fork, Utah American Fork is a city in Utah County, Utah, USA, at the foot of Mount Timpanogos in the Wasatch Range, north of Utah Lake. As of the 2000 census, the city population was 21,941 and was estimated at 22,387 in 2004. It has been rapidly growing since the 1970s. )

38. Valley Hunt Club The Valley Hunt Club is a private social club located in Pasadena, California, that is most noted for starting the Tournament of Roses Parade in 1890. Its members were former residents of the East and Midwest eager to showcase their new home's mild winter weather. , equestrian

39. Fantasy on Wheels (Family of Freemasonry) float

40. We Will Win, Pac-10 Conference, float

41. Washington State University Washington State University, at Pullman; land-grant and state supported; chartered 1890, opened 1892 as an agriculture college. From 1905 to 1959 it was the State College of Washington.  Marching Band

42. Off to the Mooovies (South Pasadena Tournament of Roses Association) float

43. Pasobilities, equestrian

44. Girls' Night Out (Dr Pepper Company) float

45. Jefferson High School Jefferson High School is the name of numerous high schools in the United States, most named in honor of Thomas Jefferson, the third President of the United States, including:
  • Jefferson High School (Colorado) in Edgewater, Colorado
 Band of Blue (Cedar Rapids, Iowa)

46. Pasadena Mayor Chris Holden, car

47. Family and Friends (Eastman Kodak Company) float

48. Native American Group, equestrian

49. Parlor Games (Sparkletts) float

50. Countryside Joyride (California Polytechnic State Universities, Pomona and San Luis Obispo San Luis Obispo (săn l`ĭs ōbĭs`pō), city (1990 pop. 41,958), seat of San Luis Obispo co., S Calif., near San Luis Obispo Bay; inc. 1856. ) float

51. Montfort College and Assumption College Bands (Chiang Mai, Thailand)

52. Amazing Thailand (Thai Airways International Thai Airways International Public Company Limited (Thai: การบินไทย) (SET: THAI) is the national air carrier of Thailand, operating out of Suvarnabhumi Airport, and is a founding member of  PCL) float

53. Friesian Extravaganza, equestrian

54. Livin' God's Promise (Lutheran Laymen's League) float

55. Jackson High School Jackson High School is the name of several high schools in the United States:
  • Jackson High School (Alabama), Jackson, Alabama
  • Jackson High School (Jackson, Ohio), Jackson, Ohio
  • Jackson High School (Massillon), Massillon, Ohio
 Marching Band (Massillon, Ohio)

56. Party Time (Odd Fellows and Rebekahs) float

57. Sorry Charlie (H.J. Heinz Company) float

58. Shady Ladies of the Mother Lode, equestrian

59. Saturday Matinee (ARCO) float

60. Hometown Parade (City of Alhambra) float

61. New Buffalo Soldiers, equestrian

62. Yorkton Regional High School Yorkton Regional High School (also known as the YRHS or The Regional) is located in Yorkton, Saskatchewan.

The Regional opened its doors on November 10, 1967. 2007 is the 40th anniversary of the YRHS.
 Marching 100, band

63. Fantasy in the Sea (Florists' Transworld Delivery) float

64. Autry Museum of Western Heritage Spirit of the West Riders, equestrian

65. High Flying Fun (La Canada Flintridge Tournament of Roses Association) float

66. Your Own Backyard (Optimist International) float

67. Washington Township High School Washington Township High School may refer to:
  • Washington Township High School (Indiana) — Valparaiso, Indiana
  • Washington Township High School (New Jersey) — Sewell, New Jersey
 Minutemen Marching Band (Sewell, N.J.)

68. Tulip Time (City of St. Louis, Mo.) float

69. Frolic'n Fun (Portland Rose Festival Association) float

70. Tanner Appaloosa Group, equestrian

71. Welcome to Our Celebration (The Philippines) float

72. Sumner High School Marching Band (Sumner, Wash.)

73. Catch'n Frogs (International House of Pancakes Restaurants) float

74. Fun Begins Here (City of Duarte/City of Hope National Medical Center) float

75. The Ramona Pageant, equestrian

76. Special Garden (Unocal) float

77. Alexandria-Jefferson High School Marching Band (Alexandria, Minn.)

78. Follow the Leader (Target Stores) float

79. California State University, Fresno The campus sits at the foot of the Sierra Nevada mountain range in the San Joaquin Valley. Fresno County is the sixth largest metropolitan area in California. The university is within an hour's drive of many mountain and lake resorts and within a three- or four-hour drive of both Los , Equestrian Team

80. A Day at the Fair, (Automobile Club of Southern California The Automobile Club of Southern California was founded December 13, 1900 in Los Angeles as one of the nation's first motor clubs dedicated to improving roads, proposing traffic laws and improvement of overall driving conditions. ) float

81. Hayride (Kiwanis International) float

82. Zuhrah Shrine Horse Patrol, equestrian

83. Draw'n to the Beat (Farmers Insurance Group) float

84. The Salvation Army Tournament of Roses Band

85. On a Birthday Roll (Michelin) float

86. Classic Curly Riders, equestrian

87. Building the American Dream (Building Industry Association of Southern California) float

88. American Donkey & Mule Society, equestrian

89. Mama's Day Off (Burbank Tournament of Roses Association/City of Burbank) float

90. Lincoln High School Marching Band (Sioux Falls, S.D.)

91. Wee Wheelers, equestrian

92. In the Center Ring (Reser's Fine Foods) float

93. Celebrating Freedom - America's Journey (Museum of Tolerance/Simon Wiesenthal) float

94. Painted Magic Rodeo Drill Team, equestrian

95. Tea at Grandma's House (City of Glendale) float

96. Fun with Mother Goose (City of Torrance) float

97. Foothill High School Marching Band (Pleasanton, Calif.)

98. Generation of Fun (PacifiCare/Secure Horizons) float

99. Western Group, equestrian

100. Let's Celebrate (Bakersfield Centennial Celebration) float

101. California Pinto Rangers, equestrian

102. Fresh Start (Arcadia Tournament of Roses Association) float

103. Arcadia High School Apache Marching Band

104. A Sense of Wonder (City of Long Beach) float

105. Long Beach Mounted Police, equestrian
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