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12A Wednesday, July 23, 2014 Peatner R)ver Uulletm Lightning flares during the July 19 storm In the Lake Almanor Basin. This photo was taken from the Causeway overlooking Lake Almanor. Photo by Katelyn Anderson Summer thunderstorms may July 17. Photo by Kevin Mallory not bring rain, but they certainly bring fantastic cloudKapes to local Samantha P. Hawthorne grounds, following which the Prize sponsorships are still Staff Writer younger competitors will being accepted. For more kick off the day with theinformation contact Triton at Peewee events: skilled 284-6532 or president Misty On July 26, 100 young demonstrations from ages 3 - Banchio at 285-1472. equestrians will be 5. From there, events areBecause it is an all-day competing in 28 different broken up into divisions event, guests are encouraged events for the chance to be based on age and gender, to bring their families and named the all-around boy Custom saddles will be friends, and enjoy a day out and girl of the Indian Valley awarded to the top cowgirl in the sun. A concession Riding and Roping Club's and cowboy. This year's stand and the Cook 8hack 13th annual Junior Rodeo. saddles were sponsored inwill be open throughout the The competitors range in memory of Clayton Floyd day so guests can "come out, age from 3 to 18 years old, Neer, John Goings, John eat lunch and watch the and are visiting Taylorsville Taborski, Jake Manning and rodeo for free," said Tilton, from Southern Oregon, S Bar J Cattle. Tickets for barbecued Nevada and all over Also up for grabs are 11 tri-tip are on sale now, and Northeastern California just buckles, which will be through the morning of the to participate in the event, awarded to top winners inrodeo. Tickets are $9 per Participation is limited, and each of the other events,adult and $6 per child 6 and the club sold out in early Participants will be under. Triton said tickets sell June. competing for cash prizes as out fast, and urged those Grand entry starts at 8 a.m. well, which total 80 percent of interested to come early to at the Taylorsville Rodeo the Tent proceeds, reserve their plate. Dinners skies. This one was captured will be served on location so ' guests can enjoy a full day of i competitive demonstrations, i Rodeo sweaters will also be on sale to help support the event, According to rodeo secretary Veronica Triton, the club makes no money on the event, "We do it for the benefit of our community and nothing more," Every year approximately 20- 25 club members donate their time to ensure the e en( goes off without a hitch. "From sunup to sundown, both kids and adults work hard to make things run , smoothly, It is definitely a collaborative effort," said Triton. For more information abut the club and its events, visit 25 Year Warranty ~qHt ~1~ t~ i~lt~. 15 AVARIS yr. warranty with gel visco foam Full set s1449 Queen set s1599 2099 King set s Floor sample queen sets1399 Twin set s569 Full set . s679 799 Queen set s 1099 King set s -- $treet $usan, in front of aOnar -- O@nlb'a(~m~lJ~nlmFir/tt~ MAIN ST $USMIVlLLE 830.287,7788 www.zaengle .oom, mark@zungleldloorMdhome.oom IIIMII III II IIIIII1~ IIII~ IU~II m tl Im~il ~11, I1 m Imam t~lt~m II ~1 #ld I, it" ~ g ~ w" m m $ ~ m, ~ ~11 ~ ~ ~ m m m, ,r ,q,I IHII |11