Surface Creek
Thursday July 31, 2014

Spectators for this weekend’s Little Britches Rodeo will have plenty of seating, thanks to the generosity of surrounding communities.
Temporary bleachers will be set up at the Surface Creek Saddle Club grounds for Little Britches, compliments Orchard City and the Field of Dreams which will loan the structures, report  rodeo event organizers.

In both Cedaredge and Orchard City, town officials are finding reasons to pay their planning commission members, thanks to a new state law.
Neither of the Surface Creek Valley towns wasted any time opening talks about planning commission pay following a new law taking effect July 1 that allows the practice among statutory towns.

Surface Creek Valley Lions Club is inviting everyone in the area to participate in Little Britches Rodeo weekend.
As sponsors of the annual parade, Lions Club members are looking forward to a bigger and better event this year.

It has been about 20 years since the Cedaredge Elberta Rebekah Lodge #106 members got together to prepare a float for the Little Britches parade. This year’s entry went together with members and friends helping chairman Ellie Weatherly and co-chairman Dollie Wilson in preparation plus putting it all together.

According to Cedaredge Town Hall staff, the amount of money raised to date through community donations for the police Department’s K9 fund totals $10,361.
The figure was not available by deadline for last week’s story on the K9 project.

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