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2010 Brush Rodeo Guide

2010 Brush Rodeo Guide

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Published by Brush News Tribune
56th Annual 2010 Brush Rodeo Guide published by Brush News-Tribune, Brush, CO and Fort Morgan Times, Fort Morgan, CO

July 2-4, 2010
56th Annual 2010 Brush Rodeo Guide published by Brush News-Tribune, Brush, CO and Fort Morgan Times, Fort Morgan, CO

July 2-4, 2010

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All New 2010 Toyota Tundra
From our Family toYours, have a great rodeo and safe summer!
Madein theUSA
Proud to be an American
Proud to be an American
Page 2 Tuesday, June 29, 20102010 BRUSH RODEO
4-H veterans named parade grand marshals
56th Annual BrushRodeo: July 2-4at Morgan County Fairgrounds
Daily through July 4
22nd Annual Quilt Show; 10 a.m.to 4 p.m. through July 3, 6 a.m. tonoon July 4
July 2-4
Brush Rodeo Association Art of the West Show; Mark Arndt EventsCenter west of the rodeo arena;4:30 to 7:30 p.m July 2 and 3, 1 to 7p.m. July 4
July 1
8 a.m.
— Brush Rodeo QueenContest (ages 15-19)Sweetheart Contest (ages 11-14)
July 2
5 p.m.
— Barbecue at Fair-ground (free with rodeo ticket)Little Princess Rides (ages 5-10);entry deadline is June 30, call Kristyat 970-768-2577
7:30 p.m.
— RodeoMutton Bustin’ (Ages 5-6)
July 3
9 a.m.
— Slack Events
10 a.m.
— 1 p.m. East MorganCounty Library Friends Used BookSale in the Library basement 
6:15 p.m.
— Kids BalloonScramble
6:30 p.m.
— Kids Stick HorseRace (ages 3-4)
7:30 p.m.
— Rodeo
7:30 p.m.
— Mutton Bustin(ages 5-6) Watrous Pioneer Award
9:00 p.m.-midnight
— Queen’sDance (Jaycee Building); $3 foradults, $1 for children under 12;music by TNT 
July 4
6 a.m.-noon
— Lions Club Pan-cake Breakfast in EMCL Park; $6for adults, $3 for children 10 andunder
— Parade; theme is “100 Years of 4-H” (starts at Brush HighSchool)
7 p.m.
— Brush Rodeo Associa-tion Scholarship Award Winner
7:30 p.m.
— RodeoMutton Bustin2011 Queen announcement 
9:30 p.m.
— Fantastic Fire- works display
Tickets, applications:
Parade and Mutton Bustin appli-cations can be picked up at localbanks, the Brush and Fort MorganChamber of Commerce offices andcity of Brush.Rodeo tickets can be pre-pur-chased or purchased at the gate: Adults, $8; children under 12, $3
 Annual event to havepatriotic, 4-H themes
Brush News-Tribune
 The grand marshals of Brush’s 2010Independence Day Parade have beeninvolved in many of the “100 years of 4-H” that this year’s event is meant tocelebrate.“They do a good job and need to berecognized,” Brush Rodeo AssociationPresident Steve Treadway said of Grand Marshals Mark Arndt and Mar-lin Eisenach. Arndt serves on the Colorado StateFair Board and is a former MorganCounty Commissioner, and Eisenachis the livestock agent for the ColoradoState University Extension Office inMorgan County.Both longtime locals have served formany years to help local 4-H membersraise livestock and show their animalsat the Morgan County Fair, Treadwaysaid.In honor of the “100 years of 4-H”theme, there will also be an influx of 4-H floats in this year’s parade. Tread- way said there are about 20 4-H groupsin Morgan County, and most of themare expected to have a float.Members of local Veterans of For-eign Wars posts volunteer every yearto present the colors at the beginningof the parade, and the Shriners Club isexpected to play a big part in the event again this year.Since Independence Day falls on aSunday this year, the parade will start at noon rather than 10 p.m.From the Brush High School park-ing lot on Center Avenue, the floats will proceed south two blocks to Ed-munds Street, continue east to Camer-on Street and then north to Brush Mid-dle School. Anyone who wants to participate inthe parade may register until themorning of July 4, but those who want to be judged must pre-register by June28. The categories that will be judgedare bands, floats, tractors, horse-drawnentries, horses or mules, antique carsand classic cars.From their perch on a flatbed traileroutside East Morgan County LibraryPark, the judges will consider thecraftsmanship, theme and originalityof each float when making their deci-sions.Prizes of $100, $50 and $25 will beawarded to the top three participantsin the floats category. The winners of the remaining categories will receivean artist’s print of the Brush Rodeo.Floats for political candidates are welcome, but they will not be judged. To register a float, contact the Brush Area Chamber of Commerce a970-842-2666. As always the parade is expected tofeature about 100 entries and last about an hour and a half.“People like to come to Brush, Treadway said.
Michael Furman
/ Courtesy photo
Members of the Shriners Club
drive a novelty car in a previousBrush Independence Day Parade. The Shriners are expected to playa big part in the event again this year.
Arndt Eisenach
Michael Furman
/ Courtesy photo
A youngster waves
an American flag during a past Independence Day parade heldannually in conjunction with theBrush Rodeo. A patriotic themepermeates the annual rodeo andall associated events, whichconclude on the Fourth of Julyeach year.
Tuesday, June 29, 2010 Page2010 BRUSH RODEO

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