Larimer County Offices, Courts & District Attorney are closed Friday, July 3 for Independence Day
Landfill, Hazardous Waste and Recycle Center are open Friday, July 3 but closed Saturday, July 4
Landfill Business Office are closed July 3 & 4 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: