Friday Night Rodeo in Bandera
Bandera presents Lighting Ranch Rodeo in Pipe Creek for your chance to experience more of the “True Cowboy Lifestyle” in the Hill Country. The Rodeo begins at 8pm on Friday Night. It’s only $7 to get in (children under 6 yrs are free). Arrive there early for a prime seats…you can set up your chairs, back in your truck and let down your tail gate or just sit in the bleachers of the Concession Stand. Yes, I said Concession stand for all your “nibbling” needs with a variety of delicious country grub. Or if you wanna bring in your own cooler “BRANG IT Y’ALL” and enjoy your favorite beverage, adult or otherwise (No Glass Please). Regular season begins in June but are alreadu. Come join in all the fun with Bull Riding, Calf Roping, Barrel Racing and even Mutton Bustin. If ya plan on participating be sure and be there early to sign up or call Lightning Ranch at 830-535-4096 or 210-380-9378.
Directions: Start out going towards town. Make a right onto HWY-16 (Main St.). When you arrive in downtown Bandera take a left at the intersection onto HWY-16. Go about 9 mi. Once you arrive in Pipecreek turn right onto FM-1283. Go 0.8 mi and Lightning Ranch will be on your right.
Saturday Night in Bulverde
The Bulverde Rodeo every Saturday night right outside of Boerne off of Hwy 46. Gates open at 5:00 pm and Rodeo runs from 7:30 to 9:00 pm. Reservations to eat at the Steak House can be made at 830-980-2205. If you wish to participate, sign up is Wednesday 7 to 9. For more information call 830-980-2226 or go to www.Tejas Rodeo.com.
Directions: The Tejas Rodeo Company is located at the Cibolo Livery Stable, and is easy to get to. Start out going towards town. Make a right onto HWY-16 (Main St.). When you arrive in downtown Bandera take a left at the intersection onto HWY-16 for 11.9 mi. Turn left onto TX-46 for 11.7 mi. Make another left onto Us-87/TX-46. Take a slight right onto River Rd/TX-46, follow TX-46 for 13.6 mi. Turn right onto Blanco Rd/FM-2696 go 3.8 mi. Take a left on Ammann Road and continue on Ammann Road for 1.5 mi until you see Lee Roy Scheel Road. Take a left on Leroy Scheel Road and you will go 1.6 mi, it will dead end into Obst Road. Take Obst road to your right and the entrance to the facility will be 0.2 mi ahead on the right.
Join the Ranch Radio Group as we gather to celebrate you, our listeners! We want to say many thanks for all of your love and support and welcome the newest member to our team and radio legend, Richard Lee as he comes on to host The Ranch 92.3 morning show!
Details in the flyer above (click to zoom). For more information call 830.896.4990
It’s that time of year again! The Tivy High School Cheerleaders are hosting their 7th Annual Golf Tournament at Schriener Golf Course. The fund raiser goes directly to funding the Tivy High School Cheerleaders to help them pay for uniforms, competitions and various events throughout the school year, including their various volunteer projects. The girls only get one fund raiser per year, so it is important to show support if you can!
The golf tournament will be held Friday, June 14, 2013 at the Schriener Golf Course. Events will begin at 11 am with registration, practice time, a silent auction and picture opportunity with Scrappy, the Tivy High School mascot. The tournament will begin at 1 pm with a traditional shotgun start!
Teams will be a four person scramble at a fee of $400 per team or $100 per person. This registration cost will also include green fees, a cart, mulligan, string, range balls, and a raffle ticket. All players will also receive dinner and a memory photo! Registration has already begun. To register for the tournament you can print out this registration form 2013 GOLF TEAMS FORM IN PDF FORMAT. Mail the form to Lidia Salazar at 1129 Lake Drive, Kerrville, Texas, 78028 along with a check or money order payable to Lidia Salazar.
To have registration forms delivered or for more information call or email Lidia Salazar at 830.377.6773 or firstname.lastname@example.org
ALL REGISTRATION AND PAYMENT DUE BY JUNE 1st, 2013
The country music community gathers in support as we morn the loss of the legend George Jones. At 81 years old, George Jones had a recording career that spanned over 5 decades. USA Today summed up his influence perfectly stating that, “Hank Williams may have set country music’s mythology and Johnny Cash its attitude, but Jones gave the genre its ultimate voice.” George was admired by musicians and fans from all walks of life and the twitter-sphere is a great example of how loved he was. With posts from everyone in country music, “I’ve lost a hero and a friend. Goodbye George Jones” said Blake Shelton and pop artist Rob Thomas called him a true Country and American legend. Even Johnny Knoxville posted a picture of The Possum with the caption “George Jones R.I.P. you will be missed. xoxo.”
George will be remembered along with his hero Hank Williams and peers like Johnny Cash. His catalog of hits will be celebrated here at The Ranch and throughout the music community. George will be remembered as the man who WAS country music inside and out. His strength and struggles inspired people in their own journeys through trying times. Our thoughts and hearts go out to his family in this time of mourning. We all feel his loss as we think back on his life and legacy.
Kathi Kent / LA Times
The Texas native and military veteran had was just about to begin his final tour with dates set throughout the summer around the country. News about the tour has yet to surface but fans have already began to ask for the dates to remain as tribute to his memory and music…
Jones’s amazing narrative songs will continue to reach our hearts with their tales of heartbreak and life’s poorly dealt hands. George will continue to influence artists of all genres and generations as an amazing singer songwriter and human being. He made us laugh, sing, dance and even cry and we tip our hats in his absence. We’re gonna miss ya Possum!
It’s that time of year again! Signup and registration has already begun for this years annual American Cancer Society fundraisers. The journey to end cancer starts with a single step. The American Cancer Society invites you to take that step by joining the movement. RfL provides the opportunity to honor cancer survivors and remember loved ones while raising awareness about what we can do to stay well from cancer from a global to local scale. Relay for Life raises money to help fuel the world’s largest walk to end cancer.
Relay for Life, Gillespie County is May 3rd to 4th at Fredericksburg High School Stadium from 5 pm to 2 am.
Relay for Life, Kerr County is May 10th at Antler Stadium from 6 pm to 12 am.
Teams have already begun to fill up, so join soon or start your own team on the Relay For Life site. You can also find a detailed schedule of each event and itinerary on the Relay website.
CELEBRATE. REMEMBER. FIGHT BACK!