THANK YOU! THANK YOU! THANK YOU!
Cascade Cow Cutters wish to “Graciously Thank” the
wonderful people that stayed or came back to Bloom to
help us tear down......banners, tarps, flags,
clock.....and load the back fence panels onto the new
trailer CCC has purchased to store them on. Thank you,
Ross Hansen, for facilitating the purchase of the
trailer and then delivering it to the show grounds!
Our tireless helpers were, Mark & Gwenda Music, Alec
& Robin Eubanks, Victor Dickson (who finished early in
the day but came back to help!), Duane & Jane Roundtree,
Jack & Sue Kitt, Dan & Rusanne Wagner, and Erin Eaton’s
mother. I pray I have not missed anyone but if I did
please know you are appreciated as well. And, last but
not least, a “Special Thank You” to Kyle & Erin Eaton
who hooked onto our trailer, devoted their time to help
load panels and then take them to their place to store
until the next show. Kyle & Erin have generously agreed
to store them through the winter but they don't have a
covered facility. If anybody has a place where the
panels/trailer could be stored under cover until next
spring please let us know.
THANK YOU EVERY ONE! We
APPRECIATE your HELP!
Thank you to our
Pony Tail Sportswear
Cutters (CCC) is an NCHA Affiliate, located in Washington
State. We are an active, growing association. We hold 12 to
14 NCHA shows yearly. A fresh cattle practice is generally
held in the show pen on Friday preceding the show and a
string cow is available all weekend.
CCC offers the full array of NCHA classes with added money
in several of the classes. Non-approved classes are offered
for the beginning horses and riders; as well as limited aged
Cascade Cow Cutters club
atmosphere is always upbeat, family oriented, yet
competitive in spirit. At year end, we host a fabulous
banquet with terrific awards! Come join our fun and cut with
the best of the Northwest! Looking forward to seeing you at
Cascade Cow Cutters next show!
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PLEASE NOTE! The NCHA has discontinued family
memberships, so when a horse is owned by more than one
person, all of those owners must be NCHA members.