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Come out to the bowling alley and watch our ladies in pink bowl. They are on different teams. So there is a lot of hoot and hollering each other. Come eat lunch at the concession stand. Interested in bowling on a team. Let them know when sign-ups are.
Take a picture and let me know that you went.
Yummy food, lots of fun and awesome fellowship!!!! Looking forward to seeing everyone feel free to bring your spouse, children or a friend.
The Odessa chapter of Dress for Success will be on campus next Thursday, April 25, facilitating a segment during the Career Symposium. “Dress for Success is an international not-for-profit organization that empowers women to achieve economic independence by providing a network of support, professional attire and the development tools to help women thrive in work and in life.”
With this in mind, we wanted to invite you all to participate in a professional attire clothing drive to help Dress for Success continue their mission to help women face employment opportunities with confidence.
- Pieces need to be clean, and gently used
- Preferred pieces are those no older than 5 years old
- Accessories i.e. jewelry, belts, handbags, etc. are accepted as well!
You may bring your items to the Career Symposium check-In table in the Carrasco Room, April 25, beginning at 11:30am. Please let me know if you have any questions!
NERI’S ON THE SQUARE
COME JOIN US FOR FOOD AND FUN!!
We have invited representatives from the US Forest Service to present at our regular monthly chapter meeting. They will provide insight on how to prepare for encounters with predators (cougar, bear) and the wild horse herds. This event is open to the public as it will be of interest not only to us equine trail riders, but hikers and bikers with whom we share the trails.
Be sure to have your proof of Coggins. They will need it @ ranger check in station.
Meet up @EQ site # 68
park entrance fee & camp sites are reasonable
Come cheer on the Columbia Burbank High School Equestrian team. Athletes and their equines from all over the Tri-Cities. This is a District 5 meet which also includes other teams from our region. Everything from showmanship to cows, dressage, fences, additional performance & gaming classes. Schedule to be posted when it is closer.
The detailed schedule has not been published; however, similar to prior years:
Performance Events will be on Friday & Saturday.
Drill and Cattle on Saturday and
Gaming on Sunday.
Hope some of you can come and root on some future 40SC! I will have a clipboard with a roster in the main arena on the bleachers, just in case I am busy with the Mighty Columbia and don’t catch up with you.
Come on out and join us for parade practice! Bring your horse, or just come and watch.
Due to wet weather last season, we are starting our Buckle Series early this yr!! FUN SHOW March 22
1st running show 4-26
2nd running show 5-24
3rd running show 6-28
4th running show 7-26
5th running show 8-23
6th running show 9-27
Halloween Fun show 10-25
The 10-25 show will be a Halloween contest, rider and horse! With a 1st, 2nd 3rd place award! Hope to see all our families again this yr. Any questions you can contact Cyndy Ferguson 706 506-2630
Gate opens at 5:30, warm- ups 6-7:45 NO EXCEPTIONS!! Show must start on time at 8:00, all rain out shows will be the following Friday!!
Peggy Branham will provide cattle for roping practice. Cowgirls can participate for no charge. The cost is $20 for any non 40 SC members.
Like to play games? Our group has a wide selection of games. It seems that “Mexican train” is the crowd favorite at this time. Never played it before? No Worries! We can teach you 🙂
Come out and bring your family to see the lantern festival! The festival runs through May 12, 2019.
tickets may be purchased online at www.fwbg.org
REDNECK TRAIL RIDE
SAINT JOE RODEO
HIGHWAY 82, SAINT JO, TEXAS 76265
SAINT JO RIDING CLUB IS GOING “OFF ROAD” ON HORSEBACK AT REDNECKS WITH PAYCHECKS TRAIL RIDE
STARTS SATURDAY AT 10:00 AM APRIL 27
REGISTRATION BEGINS AT 8:00 AM – NEG COGGINS REQUIRED.
A MEAL WILL BE SERVED
$25.00 FEE WITH RSVP BY SAT APRIL 13 TO GET HEAD COUNT FOR MEAL
COST W/O RSVP IS $35.00
AGES 10 AND UNDER $15.00
PAYMENT MAY BE MADE BY MAIL OR THE DAY OF EVENT
LOCATION IS: 3064 FM ROAD 3206, SAINT JO, TEXS 76265
4 MILES SOUTHWEST OF SAINT JOE.
FOR INFOR CALL SRAY HESS 40-736-0503
NANCEE TURLINGTON 214-769-6913
Largest indoor Flea Mkt., everything from junk to antiques.
8:00 to 9:00 $6.oo, 9:00 to 2:30 $ 2.00.
Parkomg is free.
Kids 12 and under free
This is a Ranch Trail Clinic emphasizing your communication with your horse following a pattern of walk/trotting over poles, loping to a box, doing a 360 degree turn, stepping outside and sidepassing over poles, opening gates, etc. It is NOT an obstacle course.
Julie Jenson of 4 Quarter training will be our clinician. Julie has many years of instructing and training and will be a fun person to work with. Only 8 rider/horse combos per class!
We will have 2 hour classes as follows: 8:30 am – 10:30 am
11:00 am – 1:00 pm
1:30 pm – 3:30 pm
4:00 pm – 6:00 pm
The cost is $ 40 per horse/rider combo if you are a 40 Something Cowgirl member and $ 45 for non-members. Payment to reserves your space must be made by PayPal to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than April 5, 2019.
This is a great opportunity to get professional coaching for less than a 1 hour lesson. We are one of the funnest bunch of ladies on the planet! Open to the public. Please arrive early enough to be saddled and ready to ride at your appointed time.
We will have a Ranch Trail Competition on May 4th, 2019 to win prizes at the same location!
SAVE THE DATE ! ! April 27th 2019
More details to post SOON!!!!
Enjoy a weekend of music, food and fun at the National Cornbread Festival! Browse through over 100 regional arts & crafts vendors, listen to dozens of musical acts, enjoy carnival rides and taste a wide array of food options – including LOTS of different cornbread.
The festival is filled with great family fun options including a kid’s corner with games, face painting and inflatables. There are also blacksmith and glass blowing demonstrations, a huge carnival, quilt exhibit, musicians’ jam tent, tours of Lodge Cast Iron and much more. And, of course, the Lodge Cast Iron National Cornbread Cook-Off takes place on stage at the festival!
Admission is $7 at the gate, preschool children are free.
COME AND ENJOY:
*National Lodge® Cast Iron Cornbread Cook-off
*Cornbread Alley (sample various cornbread recipes)
*Live music throughout the festival
*Arts and Crafts from area vendors
*Tours of the Lodge Cast Iron Foundry
*Cornbread 5K Race
*Tours of historic South Pittsburg
*Classic Car Cruise-In
*Cornbread Eating Contests
While there isn’t much info about this yet—it promises to be the Poker Ride of Poker Rides–in April–weather should be good! Looking forward to this!
We will be assisting our American Legion family at their annual MOTORCYCLE ride to benefit Cancer Navigators. Tell your IRON horse friends about this great event!
ALR Post 12 is excited to host our 3rd Annual Ginger’s Legacy Ride to benefit Cancer Navigators of Rome in the name of our Beautiful Friend, Ginger Pinkard and in honor of all friends and family members that have been affected by cancer. Cancer Navigators is a nonprofit organization that helps local cancer patients.
Join us for our Ride at The American Legion, Post 12 Rockmart, on April 27th. Registration begins at 10 AM with kickstands up at noon. Starting at 1:00pm, we will have live music, Cornhole, Raffles, Chicken Dinners, and lots of fun while honoring the memory of our friend Ginger!
Lovely day of trail riding through wildflower covered hillsides – many water crossings. May be packing our lunches, more details to follow
This ride is sponsored by ETI Corral 138… there will be an insurance fee due if you are not a current member.