To say the least Sunday was a exciting day for Glenwood. Watching the fire continue to get bigger. I would like to extend a lot of thanks to all involved in trying to get the fire contained. I hope every one gives them a huge thank you. You are greatly appreciated. Thanks again.
Wyatt Bloom, 14, won the world junior high break away roping in Gallup, N.M. He is the grandson of Derwin and Karen Bloom. Congratulations to all of you.
The Glenwood Rodeo Association is having its Family Fun Day Saturday, July 26, starting at 10:30 a.m. at the Glenwood Rodeo Grounds. Events include barrels, poles, keyhole, speed barrels, and figure 8. Ages are: peewee, 10 and under; juniors, 11-16; seniors, 17-29; oldies, 30+. Warm-up is from 9 to 10 a.m. The arena will be closed from 10 to 10:30. Cost is $5 per event or $20 all day. Ribbons will be awarded through fifth place. Riding boots, pants and appropriate shirts required. Helmets recommended,
Unsportsmanship conduct or inhumane treatment of animals will not be tolerated. Riders not able to control their horses may be asked to leave.
For information call Liz Jones at 364-3627.
The 55th Wellenbrock Reunion was held in Glenwood at the school on July 5. Sixty family members were present, coming from California, Oregon, and all part of Washington. Ages ranged from 9 months to 86 years. A barbecue was held on Friday evening at Howard and Anita Wellenbrock's home. Next year's reunion will be held in Lebanon, Ore., on July 4.
If you have any news for the month of July please call Chris 364-3627.