Larimer County Offices, Courts, District Attorney, Landfill, Household Hazardous Waste, and Recycle Center are all closed on Thanksgiving Day, November 26, 2015.
County Offices are also closed on Friday, November 27 while the Courts, District Attorney, Landfill, Household Hazardous Waste, and Recycle Center are open. Critical services at Larimer County will not be disrupted by this closure.
Larimer County Fair & Rodeo
January 28, 2009
Meeting Called to Order at 7:00 p.m. by:
Everett Van Campen, Chairman
Approval of November meeting minutes:
Motion to approve November meeting minutes voted on and passed.
o Dan introduced himself and the new liaison for Ovations. He reported that Kyra will be at the February meeting to give an update on the Beer Fest.
o Quinn passed around a sign-up sheet for volunteers to call sponsors for donations. John and Quinn will have a script available for those wanting to make calls. Quinn presented a book on the history of rodeo in Colorado offered by Poudre Valley REA for a fund raiser. Queen’s would like to sell it as a scholarship fund raiser. It would sell for $25 with $10 going to the program. Other fund raising possibilities included a “Muttin Bustin”, Photos on a Bull/steer, & Stick Horse Races during the Fair.
Chairman’s Topics: Everett Van Campen
Election of Officers:
Motion made by Myrna Rodenberger that nominations cease.
Motion to cease nominations for President seconded and passed.
§ Ballot voting ended in a tie
· Motion to hold a “lot” at the February 25th meeting between the two nominees where the winner will be President and the loser will be Vice President made by:
Motion to hold a “lot” at the February 25th meeting between the two nominees where the winner will be President and the loser will be Vice President voted on and passed.
§ Kaycee Lytle was nominated for Secretary/Treasurer
Motion made and seconded to cease nominations
Kaycee Lytle new Secretary/Treasurer
Volunteers: Jacque Loebig
Junior Livestock Sale: Gregg Melick
Extension: Laurel Kubin
§ Deadline for 4-H entries will be Monday, July 13th . No additional entries will be accepted after July 27th.
§ New 4-H late fee will be $25 per class
§ Announced that on February 28th both the 4-H Fiber Fun Fest and the Youth Livestock Field Day will held at The Ranch
§ CSU Alumni is going to hold an event on the Saturday afternoon of the Fair. Details are being worked out.
Rodeo: Steve Humann
Ranch Updates: Abby Powell
Entertainment: Lisa Lytle
Motion to adjourn meeting made by:
Motion seconded by:
Respectfully submitted by: