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41B Wednesday, June 25, 2014 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter' Samantha P. Hawthorne Grange No. 439. museum meeting room information. Staff Writer The breakfast starts at 7Friday, July 4, through The rodeo grounds a.m. in front of the Indian Sunday, July 6, 10 a.m. - 4 cookhouse will offer daily Valley Museum. For $8 each, p.m, each day, selling a breakfast, lunch and dinner Dozens of cowboys and guests will enjoy variety of rocks, mineralsspecials July 2 - 6. cowgirls will be riding into all-you-can-eat pancakes,and fossils. All four rooms of The Fourth of July Taylorsville July 2 - 6 to ham, eggs and beverages the museum will be open activities will be rounded participate in the 65th until 11 a.m. during this time. out with live music from annual Silver Buckle Rodeo. The museum is also The annual Taylorsville Oroville's James Slack Each day during the hosting several drawings Parade will start at 10 a.m. Band, featured during the four-day event S Bar K July 5 at 3 p.m. July 4, at which time the grange's annual Cattle and the Indian Valley Approximately 20 - 30 items 2014 Silver Buckle Rodeo Boot-Stomp'n Springboard Riding and Roping Club are will be up for grabs, Queen will be introduced to Dance. According to the hosting a variety of dummy including beautiful stained the community, group's bio, they are "the roping challenges for the glass pieces, locally knitted The rodeo begins at 1 p.m.working man's band." They chance to win one of two and crocheted items, and Reserve grandstand seatingare a southern country rock trophy saddles and 35 handmade jewelry. Ticketsis available in advance for band inspired by Johnny buckles, are available now through$13 per ticket. General Cash, George Strait, Garth In addition to the July 5 for $1 each or six for admission is $7 each and Brooks, Joe Nichols, Eric competitive events, on July $5. Museum volunteers will tickets for children 12 and Church, Billy Currington 4 community members and also be selling baked goods under cost $3 each. Rodeo and more. visitors will enjoy a throughout the weekend, tickets are available by The dance is open to all deliciotis cowboy breakfast The giveaway and breakfast ~alling 284-6237. ages, and lasts from 9 p.m. to and a gem and mineral show are the museum's only Vendors are encouraged to midnight. Admission is $10 hosted by the Mt. Jura Gem fundraisers of the year and participate in the event by per person. and Museum Society; a all profits are used to setting up booths around the More information about western-themed parade; and support it. rodeo grounds. Those the Silver Buckle Rodeo i~ a good ol'-fashioned Gem and mineral vendors interested should call available at springboard dance hosted by will be set up inside the284-1472 for more the Taylorsville Community 6Sth annual Taylorsville Silver Buckle Rodeo Calendar of events July 2 - 6 Team roping July 2 - 6, starting at 6:30 a.m. each day at the Taylorsville Rodeo Grounds. Three competitions for $25; open switch ender, two for $20. Free admission. Gem and mineral show Friday, July 4 - Sunday, July Museum. 6, 10 a.m. -4 p.m. at Indian Valley Cowboy breakfast Friday, July 4, 7 - 11 a.m., Indian Valley Museum, $8. Taylorsville Parade Friday, July 4, 10 a.m. in Downtown Taylorsville. Entry is free. Kids' dummy roping Friday, July 4, noon, Taylorsville Rodeo Grounds. with rodeo admission. Open to ages 0 - 12. Entry is free Silver Buckle Rodeo Friday, July 4, 1 p.m., Taylorsville Rodeo Grounds. Reserve grandstand seating available for $13, general admission $7, children 12 and under $3. Boot-Stomp'n Springboard Dance Friday, July 4, 9 p.m. - midnight at the Taylorsville Community Grange No. 439. Live music by James Slack Band and springboard dancing. Open to all ages, $10 admission at the door. Museum drawing Saturday, July 5, at 3 p.m. Two contestants compete for 2014 rodeo queen Samantha P. Hawthorne Staff Writer shawthorne@plu This year two cowgirls are vying for the chance to represent Indian Valley Riding and Roping Club as its 2014 Silver Buckle Rodeo queen or princess. Both of this year's competitors, Lindsey Jensen and Sierra McMaster, are from Quincy, and have been riding most of their lives. On June 21, Rodeo Queen Hannah Allen vowed to relinquish her crown, giving the other girls the opportunity to wear it. Throughout the day the girls were judged on their attitudes, horsemanship ability and public speaking. Following Allen's direction, Jensen and McMaster both directed their horse through the Taylorsville rodeo arena for judging and then each recited her preparedspeech on vhy she thinks she would make a good queen. After the girls' public appearances as queen candidates, they were both judged silently on their attitude and demeanor while club members participated in a play day. The 2014 rodeo queen and princess will be introduced Hannah Allen, the 2013 Silver Buckle Rodeo Queen, participates in her last rodeo event as queen June 21. Photo by Sarnantha P. Hawthorne Add some colorful, unique touches to your tabletop this summer We have a great new selection of f sure to check out these other great buys for summer! Kids Water Toys Wispy Summer Scarves Indian Valley Tee Shirts & Sweatshirts ~ Full Service Pharmacy ~ Main St. Oreenville 284-6618 een Samantha P. Hawthorne Staff Writer Last year's Silver Buckle Rodeo queen, Hannah Allen, is taking her leave to allow someone new to take the reins. Allen has been in the royal court for the last two years, first as a rodeo princess and, in 2013, as the rodeo queen. As queen, Allen appeared in many local events throughout the year, and participated in rodeos both locally and outside of Indian Valley. She said being rodeo queen has been a lot of fun, but her favorite part was seeing the twinkle in little girls' eyes as she and her horse pranced through parades in full attire. She said as a little girl, she looked up to rodeo queens and always imagined being one. "I like being a positive role Hot & Cold Deli Sandwiches Crispy Fried Chicken Macaroni & Potato Salad Cold Drinks Fresh Fruit Chips & Snacks Wine Beer Ice BARBEQUE! Hot off the Grill! Every Thursday, Friday & Saturday Open 7 days a week! Hwy 89, Greenville, (530) 284-7313 Be our friend on facebook ann "1 like being a positive: , role model in the community, and enloyed inspiring tittle girls to work towards becoming rodeo queens themselves someday." Hannah Allen 2013 rodeo queen model in the community, and enjoyed inspiring little girls to work towards becoming rodeo queens themselves someday." She said taking on such a public role helped her learn integrity and humility, as she realized she "can't act like a diva" if she is going to earn the public's respect, and live up to such an honorable role within the community. She thanked her parents and past queen coordinator Misty Banchio for helping her achieve her dream and for helping her through this past year. ANNUAL Cowboy Breakfast INDIAN VALLEY MUSEUM Taylorsville July 4th * 7-11 am All You Can Eat $8 Stop by & say HOWDY! 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