Round Up

11 Days of Round-up 2018

Red Bluff Round Up Week

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AMERICA'S ORIGINAL EXTREME SPORT! GOOD TICKETS STILL AVAILABLE! WELCOME TO THE 97 TH (530) 527-1000 Welcome to Red Bluff 's "11 Days of Round-Up!" For the ninth consecutive year, the Round-Up Association expressed interest in a publication to present an overview of the community events leading up to one of the most renowned 3-day rodeos in the USA. e Red Bluff Tehama-County Chamber of Commerce enthusiastically agreed to collect information on, and coordinate the events, and the Daily News agreed to compose and publish this official program. Distribution will occur as an insert to the Daily News on Wednesday, April 11th, insert to the MVP to non-subscrib- ing Red Bluff households on the same day, with extra copies for around-town distribution. is program would not have been possible without the financial support of the Round-Up Association itself, Foothill Distributing, and sponsored bottom-page strips promoting up- coming events and ongoing programs to make Tehama County an even better place to live, work, and play. Nor would it have been possible without the cooperation of so many groups, clubs and businesses cooperating in planning such a rich and diverse program of events to support the 97th Tehama County's crown jewel annual event, the Red Bluff Round-Up! Let 'er Buck! Enjoy! "11 Days" Coordinating Committee: Dave Gowan, CEO, Red Bluff-Tehama County Chamber of Commerce Lisa Hansen, Express Employment Professionals Chair, Red Bluff-Tehama County Chamber of Commerce John Trede, President, Red Bluff Round-Up Association James Miller, Red Bluff Round-Up Manager Corky Kramer, representing the Red Bluff Round-Up Board of Directors John Growney, Growney Brothers Ranch For more information call the Red Bluff Chamber of Commerce office at 527-6220 ext. 301 Roving Jail e self-appointed vigilantes of Red Bluff Sunrise Rotary along with other daily unscrupulous deputized marshals and their Sheriff will be out in full force arresting any offenders who dare not dress in western attire during Round-Up week April 16-21. So dust off your rodeo duds or bring a pile of cash, because we are ready to wrangle the worst offenders. e violating varments will be arrested, detained, and incarcerated in our hoosegow. eir only hope is to bail out. See Marshal Jessie James Woods at the Gold Exchange to arrange for us to arrest some unsus- pecting suspect or call Jessie at 528-8000. You can save your bacon by buying a GET OUT OF JAIL FREE CARD thereby avoiding the posse and fine for $20.00 Proceeds Benefit: CHP Explorers, Tehama County Library, and Corning Chamber of Commerce. Sunrise Rotary Presents MULTI-DAY EVENTS Business Decorating Contest "Home Town Champions" Judging begins at 8 a.m. Tuesday, April 10 th at Cornerstone Community Bank Presentation of awards at the Cowboy Coffee. You don't have to be present to win. Participants will be announced in the Daily News. Displays will be photographed for the Red Bluff Chamber and Red Bluff Round-Up websites and Facebook. Decorate your business to interpret the Round-Up theme TICKET PACKAGES FOR FAMILIES

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