Joey Dillon wowed the crowd with lightning-fast gunslinging moves at this summer’s Wild West show fundraiser for the museum at the Tejon Ranch equestrian center. About 120 people joined in with cheers of ‘Yee-haw’ to show their appreciation. Will Roberts demonstrated his amazing roping skills. Below, David Stenstrom was the master of ceremonies for the event. [photos by Patric Hedlund]
By Bonnie Kane and David Goodkin
The Ridge Route Communities Museum & Historical Society begins this New Year with openings on its board of directors. There are opportunities for new volunteers and board applicants to join in the fun.
We want to thank two key people who have made outstanding contributions. Daisy Cuddy is a co-founder of the museum who has been an immense asset in shaping our vision. She has been on the board since 1996 and served as president, treasurer, membership and events chair. She also assisted with the newsletter.
Daisy Cuddy is a joy to work with and we are grateful for all the talent she has shared with the museum board for so long.
Susan Amon served as president last year and as a board member for several highly productive years. Her creativity and imagination helped move the museum toward the highest standards, providing an energetic museum schedule of quality program events to enrich our community’s knowledge of its natural and cultural heritage.
Amon was also events coordinator and oversaw the docent program. We look forward to working with her on specific projects in the future.
These capable and dedicated members set a high bar.
The RRCM is reaching out to you, asking for new community applicants to the board who can help us build on a strong foundation.
Do you have skills with Quickbooks? Can you help with the newsletter? Would you like to help to develop membership? Are you good at coordinating events? Do you have other talents you would like to share? We want to work with you. Your skills will be valued. Join our team to promote the Ridge Route Communities Museum’s programs and activities.
Please contact us today. We want to meet you: 661-245-7747, firstname.lastname@example.org or P.O. Box 684, Frazier Park, CA 93225.
Joey Dillon wowed the crowd with lightning-fast gunslinging moves at this summer’s Wild West show fundraiser for the museum at the Tejon Ranch equestrian center. About 120 people joined in with cheers of ‘Yee-haw’ to show their appreciation. Will Roberts demonstrated his amazing roping skills. Below, David Stenstrom was the master of ceremonies for the event.
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This is part of the January 3, 2014 online edition of The Mountain Enterprise.
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