Princeton Rodeo Club reviews Rodeo 2013

The Princeton Rodeo Club had it’s annual general meeting on Oct. 10 at the Rodeo Grounds.

The Princeton Rodeo Club; back row - directors Jennifer Bernard

The Princeton Rodeo Club had it’s annual general meeting on Oct. 10 where the majority of directors were elected by acclamation. New to the board as director is Chloe Littlejohn. Her mother, Odelle Simmons has joined the board as vice president.

After the annual general meeting President Crompton opened the floor to general discussion. The 2013 Rodeo was great with performances and competitions, however attendance was lower and it was not a financially profitable year for the club.

“It’s disheartening to see all the work done and not see people come up,” said Crompton.

The club intends to work on new ideas for Rodeo 2014 and welcomes those interested to join them. Speak to any member of the board.

 

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