NHSRA Banquet - Winners
LETTER from JIM WAKEFIELD, NHSRA PRESIDENT
As of the 2013-14 Rodeo Season the "Rodeo News" is the official media publication for the NHSRA.
The 2013-2014 calendar letter is located under the "calendars" tab at left. Then click on "important letter to contestants". This letter highlights the calendar program and gives important dates you need to know.
A refreshing note received from SWNHSR to President, Jim Wakefield...
THANK YOU FROM SALLY CONNE & RFL of CHERRY COUNTY....
Dear Tricia & Rodeo Family - WOW, I am touched and tearful. I know Patty was donating the HOPE picture, but I didn't know you were taking up a donation in honor of her. She loves her rodeo family and you have all been so supportive of her through her battle with cancer. Nothing is as great as the love of friends and family when you go through troubled times. The Relay For Life thanks you and all the donors, please pass the word. The kids were great to work with and the picture turned out so COOL.
Thank you again. Sally Connor & RFL of Cherry Co.
THANK YOU FROM ROBERTA SHERMAN....
Dear Mrs. Schaffer - I appreciate your sending the rodeo booklet. I am always interested in the kids from Nebraska. They always prove themselves good sports. I hope. Please count on me again next year for this buckle. Sincerely, Roberta
Please check the ineligible list and get your fines paid as soon as possible. Make checks payable to NHSRA and send to Tina Kessler, P. O. Box 159, Callaway, NE 68825. You will be ineligible to rodeo until these are taken care of. Thankyou!
Felt Back numbers that were sold at both the Junior High and High School finals to the contestants are still available for sale. There are numbers left over that can still be purchased. Family’s get home and remember they forgot or did not have time to purchase the number. All left over numbers are still in the national office.
Your memberships must be received by Becky Dailey no later than one week before the entries close for the rodeo you are entering.
In the event that you are sending your contestant to the rodeo alone or with a friend, you need to be aware of the following consequences if your contestant is hurt. According to Nebraska Laws, if the ambulance is called upon to render aide to an injured contestant, the contestant CAN NOT refuse transport. They will, however, be treated under Implied Consent, then transported. Only a parent or LEGAL guardian can refuse transport, unless the contestant is an emancipated minor. The people that you send your son/daughter with, also, can not refuse care/transport once it has been initiated. So the bottom line is, if your contestant son/daughter is injured, and the ambulance is called, they will go to the hospital, unless YOU are there to sign a refusal.
Rodeo Pictures Wanted:
If you have rodeo pictures with contestants from the Lakeside, Hemingford, Alliance, or Hays Springs area, please send them to firstname.lastname@example.org. Make sure you identify the kids in the pictures. Send as many as you have!