Back to: Events
January 28, 2013
Follow Events

NHSRA 1-26-13


■ March 1: Calendar money due for second incentative awards

■ March 1: Minimum calendars must be sold by this date or $60 fine

■ April 1: Calendar monies must be received or you will be ineligible to compete for the rest of the season

■ February 8-10 & February 15-17:

Team Roping Clinic, Walt Woodard

Mccook, Neb., – Kiplinger Arena

■ March 15-17: Calf Roping & Breakaway Clinic, Garrett & Justen Nokes, McCook Neb. – Kiplinger Arena

■ March 23-24, April 6-7, April 20-21: Goat Tying Clinic, Kirby Eppert

■ February 9 & March 2, Barrel Racing & Goat Tying, Torrington, Wyo.

■ March 7-9, Intermountain Icebreaker, Ogden Utah

■ February 1, Spring Rodeo Approvals are due to Tina

■ April 5-7, Jake Barnes & Jhett Johnson Team Roping School

■ April 6-7, Judy Myllymaki Barrel Racing Clinic

■ April 12-14, Spring Vacation Steer Wrestling School

■ May 23-26, Charmayne James Barrel Racing Clinic

* Check the NHSRA website, for more information.

Sunday, February 3, Brahmers | Thedford Neb.

Directors Meeting 9 a.m. Ctrl

Rodeo Secretaries Meeting (Spring & Fall) 1 p.m. Ctrl

The NHSRA Board Is Looking For A Volunteer To Be Chairperson Of The 50/50 Drawing. If Anyone Is Interested Please Contact Becky Dailey At Becky.Dailey@Hotmail.Com By February 1, 2012.


Mail, e-mail or fax to Becky

P.O. Box 10, Arnold NE, 69120

Fax: (308) 848-2544

2012-2013 Calendar Fundraiser

The NHSRA requires each member to sell 10 calendars, due by March 1, to be in good standing with the association. The proceeds from the calendar program go to fund student activities and awards. This program has been successful in the past and there are many benefits for the members. The calendars sell for $20. Each week there is a cash drawing of either $40, holiday drawings of $200 and a $1,000 drawing during the State Finals. This year the cash drawings will be split between the ticket buyer and the student selling the ticket. Buyers and students can be multiple winners. Sell more calendars and you could be a weekly winner! For the NHSRA member, there is a reward program that can benefit each member if they are willing to sell more than the required 10 calendars. Members are eligible to receive rewards in each of the three groups as long as they have submitted their calendar stubs and money by the dates listed. If you need more calendars, contact an adult director or Becky Dailey.

MARCH 1, 2013

 Total of 60 Calendars Sold — $300 Scholarship

 Total of 85 Calendars Sold — $425 Scholarship

 Total of 110 Calendars Sold — $550 Scholarship

 Total of 135 Calendars Sold — $750 Scholarship

The member selling the most calendars over 135 will qualify for a $1,000 scholarship. (The $1,000 scholarship is the maximum a member can earn in the March 1st level.) Please make sure to legibly complete all requested information on the ticket stub. Make sure that money and ticket stubs balance. DO NOT SEND CASH. Do not staple money to ticket. Send in calendar stubs and money often — we will keep track of the number of calendars you have sold. Members will be responsible for collecting money for checks that are returned because of closed accounts and insufficient funds. You are responsible for payment or the return of calendars not sold. Send ticket stubs and money to Becky Dailey, PO Box 10, Arnold, NE 69120.

The Association will not be obligated to provide calendars to members after March 1st. Any member not submitting calendar monies prior to March 1st will owe the minimum sales requirement of $200 plus a $60 late fee that must be paid before any spring rodeo entries will be accepted. Becky must receive your calendar sales by April 1 to be eligible to rodeo the rest of the season.

If you have any questions, please contact a member of the Calendar Committee: Becky Dailey at (308) 539-6543, Tricia Schaffer at (308) 534-1244 or Jim Wakefield at (402) 336-4766. ❖

Stories you may be interested in

The Fence Post Updated Oct 16, 2013 03:36PM Published Jan 28, 2013 04:44PM Copyright 2013 The Fence Post. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.