California High School Rodeo Association - District 4
Good evening District 4 members,
I would like to thank all of the members for getting their sponsorship and fundraiser's in on time! We will have nice awards to give out at the district finals and $15,000.00 for scholarships! Seniors be sure to apply for a scholarship!
SENIORS: Please turn in your senior tribute, a collage of pictures with your name on it to Kari by April 22, 2017. This is information needs to be print ready for Kari to take to the printer. Please don't wait until the last minute to send them. If you would like to make a poster to put up at the rodeo or dinner, Casey Vollin would appreciate it.
If anyone would like to place an ad in the program,Parents, grandparents, sponsors or a thank you to your sponsor for supporting you all year long. Please email to Kari by April 22, 2017 (Kari's email firstname.lastname@example.org).
Full page $100
half page $50
quarter page $25
Mansmith is cooking for our Awards Dinner at 6:00pm. Dinner is $15 and contestants eat free. Tickets at the door or purchase at the rodeo office.
Camping and Stalling is free if you wish to stay the weekend.
I am attaching guidelines for District 4 CHSRA Scholarships, and also the Scholarship application. Please note that applications must be postmarked by Wednesday, April 12, 2017. The guidelines are very informative, so make sure to download both forms. Please contact Stacy Prichard if you have any questions at email@example.com or (831) 325-9599
CHSRA D4 Seniors
High School Rodeo Mission Statement
To encourage among the members closer personal acquaintance, social relations and a friendly spirit of mutual cooperation.
To maintain order and standards set up by the the National High School Rodeo Association and to promote high school rodeo on a state level and work toward this by bringing state recognition to this activity for students.
To promote the highest type of conduct and sportsmanship at the various rodeos by setting up standards to be met to reach this end.
To increase and maintain interest of the high school student in rodeos and other functions of the state.
To encourage boys and girls to continue in school and participate in rodeos and then continue on to college.