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Shannon LeCLair
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Despite a few minor blips Heri-tage Days this year was one of the best Strathmore has ever seen.For the most part the weather  was nice, the entertainment wastop notch and the price was rightfor families to come down for the weekend.“It’s been one of the best years yet, I would say,” said CarolynCharles a former Agricultural So-ciety member. While the rodeo and chuckwag-ons remained the biggest sourceof entertainment for the weekend,crowds of people wandered thegrounds taking everything in.One of the goals was to nd a way to draw in more youth, andthis year they pulled it off. TheCraz-E Crew drew crowds to allof their shows with inline skatingand BMX bike stunts. The extreme bungee and mechanical bull werealso big hits.“The bull was a great addition.He (the operator) just really works with the little kids too, doesn’t gocrazy with them or nothing,” saidKari Fulmek, Assistant GeneralManager of Heritage Days. There were nearly 6,000 volunteer hoursput into making the weekend asuccess and Fulmek said the vol-unteers were spectacular this year.“There were a lot of new thingson the grounds and people seemedto really enjoy it. Julian Austin wasa really big deal, and Jordan Doell was fantastic, really entertaining,”said Charles. The cabaret has been another staple event during Heritage Days,and for the rst time ever people were turned away as capacity hit1,700. Saturday saw the rst day of Running with the Bulls, and whilethere was an injury, it didn’t deter people from jumping into the pen.“The running of the bulls washilarious this year because bothdays someone jumped on the bulls, I’ve never seen that before,”said Fulmek.
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evn though it was only snak apk, many popl took part inThursday night’s activitis duringHritag Days. Th Craz-e Crwwowd crowds, just lik th Ag So-city was hoping, and Jaydth Hypnotist drw in a goodcrowd who laughd thirway through his show.
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Th Scond annual Strathmor’s Got Talnt comptition was hldJuly 28 at th Strathmor Civic Cntr. Th vning startd off witha wondrful dinnr and drinks srvd by Strathmor’s own ScottSchiffnr (Canadian & PBR Bull Riding Champion) and Wac Pal-lsn (won third at th Calgary Stampd in Boys Str Riding). Th15 nalist playd to an nthusiastic packd room. Th gust judgswr JP Vitch, Niki Cammart and Alx Curry. Th dcision wasby no mans an asy on, but in th nd wnt to 14 yar old Lynd-say Gobl who sang “No On Nds to Know”. Hr bautiful voicstood out in th contst and sh walkd away carrying a chqu for$1,500. This night was such a succss, that a biggr vnu may ndto b considrd nxt yar. Thanks to all th voluntrs that workdwith and bsid th committ, you crtainly showcasd th talntin Strathmor for all to apprciat. All th procds raisd from thisvnt, including th silnt auction go towards th Futur Cowboys &Cowgirls Rodo Socity.
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 The third annual Smokin Bull BBQ tempted people withits delicious smells wafting from the barbecues and this years reserve champion was the team ‘Smokeback Moun-tain BBQ’. Jim Williams won the title of Grand Championfor the second year in a row with his team ‘Pigsicle’, and hisdaughter Victoria took part in the contest, winning herself some ribbons to bring home.Heritage Day mascot Roger the Eagle took place in themutton busting on August 2. Roger was hanging aroundlocal businesses prior to Heritage Days and people weregiven free rodeo tickets when they spotted him. The last three days of the rodeo saw the grandstand andrush seats packed with people who needed their x of thethird biggest rodeo in Alberta. Fulmek won’t be organizingHeritage Days next year, but she suspects it will continue togrow and become better with each new year.“In two years from now Michael’s amusement is goingto be coming to Strathmore. We will be having a greatmidway in two years, a realgreat midway,” said Fulmek.It may be over for another  year but already people can begin looking forward to what’s to come next year.
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