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Now in their sixty second year of entertaining southeast HarrisCounty, the Pasadena Livestock show and Rodeo (PLS&R) continuesto entertain crowds and provide scholarships to area students.
According to a 2010 economic study performed by the EconomicAlliance Port Region, submitted by the Alliance’s President and CEOChad Burke, PLS&R attracted over 90,000 people through itsgates in a two week period, with a financial impact of around $8.4million dollars to the Pasadena area. it also helped generate 74new jobs. last year’s rodeo also saw record-breaking attendanceaccording to rodeo President Rex Davis, “[It was] probably thelargest attendance we’ve had, maybe in the history of the rodeo.”Davis says with the lineup of performers and events for this year’srodeo, and provided Mother Nature cooperates, they hope to top lastyear’s numbers.
September 17, will start things off via the rodeo parade, funrun, little wranglers rodeo and a trail ride. the parade starts at10 a.m. and traverses part of Spencer Highway, starting at ShaverStreet. Each September, the parade draws in thousands who gatheralong Spencer to watch decorated cars, floats and trucks; alongwith horseback riders and marching bands. September 18, there willbe a cowboy church service held in the covered arena at the rodeogrounds.
Long-time fans of the rodeo will note that traditionally, thecook-off has always been held prior to the livestock show and rodeoevents. This year’s cook-off—an annual outing for many in the area,looking to sink their teeth into some of the best barbecuearound—features over 100 cooking teams, with a waiting list forentrants. Davis says it is typical for the cook-off to be filled tocapacity with a waiting list. “We are probably the second largestcook off in the area, second to Houston (Livestock show andRodeo),” said Davis.
This year’s rodeo will start Sept. 16-24, the cook-off will beheld Sept. 29, 30 and October 1. One of the reasons for the switchwas to entice more rodeo professionals to visit the Pasadena Rodeoto earn valuable rodeo circuit points. “We’re on the tail end ofthe PRCA (Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association) circuit, whichmakes anybody wanting to go to Las Vegas for the finals, prettymuch have to come to the Pasadena Rodeo,” says Davis. “We are thelargest PRCA rodeo in this part of Texas.”
The Championship Pasadena Livestock Stock Auction will commenceThursday, Sept. 27 inside the spacious Pasadena Convention Center,located near the intersection of Red Bluff rd. and FairmontParkway. the auction will feature livestock raised by students fromPasadena and Deer Park ISD’s, along with students from the Boys andGirls Harbor. Pasadena Rodeo has over the years, paid out over $4million dollars into scholarships to area students. last year, theygave out 50 scholarships for a total of about $50,000. Davis saysSan Jacinto College is now also a recipient to the rodeo’sscholarship fund.
On what draws residents to the rodeo year after year, Davis saysit’s everything the rodeo offers its patrons. “You can go to amovie theater, or you can go to a sporting event in Houston…reallythis is the attraction in our community. We’re the single largestevent in Southeast Harris County.” It’s something different.
Davis says the rodeo wouldn’t enjoy the growth and popularity ithas over the years without the support of both local businesses andcity of Pasadena officials. “We couldn’t do what we do out here forthe kids without the support of the entire community, the city andour sponsors and volunteers.” Speaking of volunteers, Davis saysthere are over 1,600 that help in one way or another, making surethe PLS&R is a success year in and year out. he says preparingfor the rodeo is a year-round effort.
For those looking for a family-friendly outing, Davis says therodeo offers many different things for family including the parade,a carnival, plenty of animals for kids to see and “mouton busting;”along with many other events. “It’s a very up close and personalrodeo,” says Davis. the rodeo will also run despite any potentialrain, Davis said. With a covered arena that can seat about 5,000people, that has fans, and is well-ventilated and has emergencybackup generators, Davis says the show will go on.
THIS YEAR’S ENTERTAINERS:
Sept. 16: PRCA rodeo, Randy Houser, Swingler Car Act and JasonCassidy (Silver Spur entertainer).
Sept. 17: PRCA rodeo, Kevin Fowler, Swingler Car Act and JeffWoolsey (Silver Spur entertainer).
Sept. 18: PRCA rodeo, Cowboy Church at 10 a.m. (Rodeo Arena) andRodeo Slack.
Sept. 19: PRCA rodeo, Pink night, family pack (4 tickets for$16), rodeo entertainment: Pasadena High School band; Swingler CarAct, D.J. Calvin Cash (Silver Spur entertainer).
Sept. 20: PRCA rodeo, rodeo entertainer: Dobie High School band,Team Ghost Riders/Tim Lepard, Silver Spur entertainer: JustinGrant.
Sept. 21: PRCA rodeo, rodeo entertainment: San Jacinto night,Team Ghost Riders/Tim Lepard, Silver Spur Entertainer: JamieTalbert.
Sept. 22: PRCA rodeo, rodeo entertainment: KILT campfire, JackIngram, Wade Bowen and the Josh Abbott Band, Team Ghost Riders/TimLepard. Silver Spur Entertainer: Country Road 101.
Sept. 23: Bull riding, rodeo entertainment: James Otto, Rockin’Robbie Hodges, Silver Spur entertainer: Driftwood.
Sept. 24: Military night, bull riding, rodeo entertainment: MarkChesnutt, Rockin’ Robbie Hodges, Silver Spur Entertainer: JuniorGordon.
Tickets can be purchased online at pasadenarodeo.com or atany area HEB grocery store. General admittance tickets are $15 eachand are sold on a first come first serve basis. Tickets will getfans into the rodeo grounds and arena for nightly performances,seating is limited to above the first five rows. the bottom fiverows are reserved for box seat holders.
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NEW ALBANY — Whether it was in the parking lot or around some local neighborhoods, Holy Family Catholic School’s students took a hike, but not much of one in tuition. Holy Family Catholic School’s annual Walk a Thon raises money to help offset operational costs for the school, keeping tuition rates lower for families. Nicole Shavers, the coordinator of the fundraiser, said the total is expected to be about $2,000 more than their goal. “Compared to what it could have been for us, it really took off,” Shavers said. “It always comes together. We have a very large parent base and we couldn’t do anything without our parents here.” Students called family members and talked to neighbors to bring in donations. Shavers said the average donation came in around $75, but the highest one was $275. Laura Roggenkamp has two children enrolled at the school. she said she’s glad people help out with their generosity. “Holy Family is an excellent school,” Roggenkamp said. “The education is great and there’s a family atmosphere, so it’s worth it to keep it available for children.” The younger students from kindergarten to second grade walked in the parking lot of the school for a total of about one mile. Third- through eighth-graders walked around local neighborhoods for about 2.5 miles. Afterward, younger students played on inflatable jumpers and older students stayed out with a disc jockey and played corn hole. Ali Hornung, a third-grader at the school, said she raised money simply by calling the people on her mom’s phone. Andrew Stumler, an eighth-grader at the school, said he raised about $50. He said he’s glad the school gives the students something fun to do. “It helps the kids get out of school a little and get some exercise, so it’s a fun fundraiser for us,” Stumler said. “It’s not just about money.”
Corsicana — Corsicana High School has three current starters in the NFL — Seattle Seahawks middle linebacker David Hawthorne, Houston Texans safety Danieal Manning and San Diego Chargers guard Louis Vasquez. Here’s how their teams did in Week 1 and how they did individually: David Hawthorne, Seattle, MLB vs. San Francisco: The Seahawks lost to the 49ers, 33-17, in San Francisco. The Numbers: Did Not Play. Update: Hawthorne was inactive for the Seahawks’ season opener with a knee injury he suffered in the team’s second preseason game. Rookie K.J. Wright started in his place at middle linebacker. Hawthore is expected to play Sunday against the Steelers. Next up: at Pittsburgh, noon Danieal Manning, Houston, FS vs. Indianapolis: The Texans defeated the Colts, 34-7, in Houston. The Numbers: Manning had two tackles as the Texans held the Colts without QB Peyton Manning to 236 total yards. Update: Manning’s big moment Sunday came in the fourth quarter when he was flagged for a personal foul on a hit against a defenseless receiver, the Colts’ Pierre Garcon, that also involved teammate Johnathan Joseph. Manning actually tried to pull up on the hit and still got flagged. “Initially, I was running to make a hit,” Manning told the Houston Chronicle. “(Pierre Garcon) had leverage on me, and J-Joe (Joseph) was covering but he had a little step on J-Joe, who made a heck of a play breaking the ball up. I was going to come up and make him pay for it, jar it loose. when I saw the ball knocked out, I was like, ‘Let me slow up before I hit him,’ and he hit me. He actually hit my thigh. I got up, celebrating with the fans or whatever, and I didn’t see the flag.” Next up: at Miami, 3:15 p.m. Louis Vasquez, San Diego, OG vs. Minnesota: The Chargers defeated the Vikings, 24-17, in San Diego. The Numbers: San Diego rushed for 77 yards and the offensive line allowed two sacks in the comeback victory. Update: Vasquez was replaced in favor of Tyronne Green at right guard during the game. Next up: at new England, 3:15 p.m. (Ch. 11)
The Irish Times – Monday, September 26, 2011
Compiled by MARY HANNIGAN
Broken promise: Bulgaria rip up verbal agreement
September 10th: “We have a verbal agreement, sealed with a handshake. for me this carries as much weight as a written agreement. for me it is perfectly clear that my contract will be extended until 2013. Gentlemen never retreat from their promises. So I am calm.”
– Lothar Matthaeus on his position as manager of Bulgaria.
September 19th: “there were many reasons to release Matthaeus, not only the poor results in the last matches. Pressure and negativity had also piled up in the squad, so the change was necessary.”
– Borislav Mihailov, president of the Bulgarian football association, announcing Lothar’s sacking.
Lothar? Well, not so calm now.
Out of Africa: Ferguson not keen on Leeds hotel welcome for his side “I have to congratulate Levante for being clever, because they know how to provoke, simulate, not give back the ball, waste time, and that is also part of football.” – Jose Mourinho graciously doffs his cap to Levante after they beat Real Madrid. “We had problems outside the hotel. I don’t know how many hundreds of them there were. It was like the film Zulu. Jesus. I don’t know what it is between Leeds and Manchester United. But it is there and it is not nice.” – Alex Ferguson on the warm welcome given to his team by Leeds fans during their League Cup trip last week. “People scream at me to hurry up because we’ve got to go out for the game. But I keep playing Angry Birds. It’s so addictive.” – on of these days Nigel de Jong is going to bring his iPad on to the pitch. “He was the only 15-year-old I’ve seen who was 6ft 4in. All the other kids were midgets next to him. Mick was the leader, he was like Arthur Scargill.” – Neil Warnock on his Barnsley memories of Very Big Mick McCarthy. “I don’t know what it is but it’s like his haircuts have magical powers because every time he gives me a trim I seem to go and score.” – Wayne Rooney on his miraculous barber. Dimitar Berbatov should probably drop in soon for a short, back and sides so. Money no object : Braun brand a fine fit for Mourinho FAIR play to Jose Mourinho, he only agreed to be an ambassador for Braun shavers because he feels something for the brand – loot most certainly did not come in to it: “since the beginning I promised myself that I wouldn’t just do brand partnerships for the money. “first of all I do them because I feel something with the product. Braun is a brand that I like. It’s a brand with prestige. They think I am good for their image. I also think being connected with Braun is good for my image. It’s a good partnership.” presumably, then, it’s adieu to the Mourinho stubble, as the Braun-released photo suggests? Is it just us, or does he look like a Madame Tussaud’s waxwork?)
BRAZILIANS GO NUTS OVER REF
BRAVEST refereeing decision of the weekend? That’d be the Brazilian fella who awarded Fluminense an injury time penalty that gave them a draw away to Atletico Paranaense. how did the home crowd take it? not great. They gathered at the entrance to the tunnel to prevent him from leaving the pitch, so he stayed in the centre circle surrounded by police. when the supporters approached, a policeman pointed a rifle at them, with some reports suggesting rubber bullets were fired. the referee was eventually led to safety by riot shield-wielding officers. “Jesus wept,” Fifa most probably sighed on hearing the news. after all, it’s one of the 12 venues for the 2014 World Cup. One is the loneliest number: Neuer just can’t get the love from any supporters SCHALKE supporters, to put it mildly, don’t like Bayern Munich very much, so when their goalkeeper Manuel Neuer left to join the “enemy” during the summer there was a fair old chance he’d get a rowdy reception when he returned to his old club in a Bayern shirt. Rowdy, though, really wasn’t the word for it last week when Neuer and his new colleagues turned up in Gelsenkirchen for a league game, the Bayern coach driving under a bridge near the stadium from which an effigy of Neuer was hanging. Nice. It was no more pleasant inside the stadium, huge banners displaying messages like “We regret the passing of M Neuer, 2005-2011, resurrected as a spineless puppet” and “Betray your origins for titles and gold. even Judas had more honour.” And they were the kinder ones. His every touch was, predictably, greeted with a cacophony of boos and abuse, but Bayern won 2-0, so his tormentors hadn’t much to celebrate. “Manuel did not deserve to get treated in that way. Several of those protests were crude and were blue, they went too far,” said Bayern coach Jupp Heynckes after the game, but Neuer was calm enough about it all. “Schalke supporters are very emotional, I had got myself prepared for this,” he said. “if you know it’s coming you just get your concentration going and then it goes in one ear and out the other.” the irony of it all is that Bayern supporters didn’t exactly give Neuer a warm welcome on his arrival at the club – because they reckoned his heart was still with Schalke, who he joined as a boy. indeed, he had cried at his press conference announcing his departure from the club. Bayern officials even had a meeting with a supporters’ group, demanding that “hostility towards Neuer should cease”. after all, when he made his debut in a pre-season friendly this was the Bayern banner that greeted him: “you can save as many shots as you want, but we will never accept you in our jersey.” Poor lad, he’s feeling no love at all.
GREEN SEES RED OVER FERGIE
YOU know the way the BBC and Alex Ferguson have just kissed and made up? Well, maybe not kissed, but at least they’re talking to each other again after the knight blanked them for seven years. you have to hope, then, that he doesn’t read the Belfast Telegraph, where BBC radio commentator Alan Green had this to say: “for someone of supposedly socialist leanings, I never fail to be amazed at how often Ferguson appears to favour control of the media that would sit easily in totalitarian regimes.” do we sense another boycott in the offing?
Send an SMS to the world: O’Driscoll sacked by text DONCASTER might be struggling badly this weather, lying bottom of the Championship, but chairman John Ryan was adamant last week that the club would stand by manager Seán O’Driscoll (right). “for the people shouting for the manager’s head, I ask the questions ‘who would you replace him with? Who is better?’ I can’t think of any manager that is better equipped for the job, and those clubs who sack managers willy nilly end up relegated. the board and I are not going down that path.” a very, very solid vote of confidence, then. next day? Over to the Yorkshire Post: “Dean Saunders was unveiled as the new manager of Doncaster Rovers yesterday after Seán O’Driscoll was sacked via text message. Chief executive Dave Morris was told to contact O’Driscoll but, after getting no reply, left a text which O’Driscoll discovered at 6am.” “We did it in the best way we can – but there is never a right way to deliver bad news,” said Ryan. “Football is a short-lived thing and it can change literally from day to day.” indeed.
Court case: Ajax sued over Jewish-related songs WATCH out for one of the more unique football-related court cases in the Netherlands next month. BAN, the Dutch campaign against anti-Semitism in the sport, is suing Ajax and the mayor of Amsterdam for racism because the club’s supporters sing pro-Jewish chants. BAN argue that, despite long-standing assumptions to the contrary, Ajax have no Jewish roots and very few Jewish fans. indeed, earlier this year, the club’s chairman, Uri Coronel – who is Jewish – said: “There’s not much that’s Jewish about Ajax. the club’s image is Jewish and the supporters call themselves Jews, but they’re no more Jewish than I am Chinese.” According to the Jewish Chronicle, BAN will argue that Ajax “chants such as ‘We are the super Jews’ encourage race-hate and are in themselves racist acts”. the group is taking the case as a result of a ruling in the Hague District Court in August when ADO Den Hague were ordered to stop its supporters singing anti-Semitic songs at games – and if they continued their matches were to be halted. the judge in the case also argued that the behaviour of Ajax fans was causing anti-Semitism, prompting the club and the Amsterdam Mayor to promise to try and end the Jewish-related songs and chants. “It is on the basis of this pledge and the judge’s comments in the Hague that BAN is pursuing its suit in Amsterdam next month.”
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