We would like to thank all that joined us for the Charlotte Frontier Days Festival. We were there representing PR&B-BCH,MI on September 11, 12 & 13th.
Samantha Tatrow (hiding her face), Randy Benner, Lauren, Kathy, Dick, Amelia
With her back to us.....busy working the crowd and spreading the word!
Randy Benner, Amelia Beyer, Gabrielle Hume, Karen Bodenbach
Connie Kleinhardt booth workers. Also helped with 50/50 raffle.
Del and Lynn Kreger helping with lunch prep.
Lauren Essenmacher and Kathy Lowell-CMBCH
Randy, Amelia, Gabbrielle, Karen and Connie.
Not Pictured were, Mike Stinson & Marieta & Gordon Davis...also worked the booth!
Lining up before the parade.
Dick Kleinhardt and Dan Mohr leading our Back Country group.
Randy and Lauren with the People Mover wagon...CMBCH
Virginia Franklin and Melissa Ocello-
Showed off some dressage moves with their horses.
Randy Franklin and Laura
Kathy, Connie & Gabrielle
Gabrielle, Connie and Kathy
Driving minis is Sue Bertch along with Melva Parker and Nancy Simmonds....
Working on our "Right to Ride" efforts!
Del and Lynn Kreger bringing up the rear...so to speak!
They were our "LEAVE NO TRACE" team...Mighty fine job they did making sure the streets were left very clean!
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There were plenty of activities for the whole family to make a fun filled weekend out of it!
Click here for a listing of special events. There was rustic camping available for our group at no cost on the rodeo grounds.
Kathy Lawless took the lead on this.
Thank you Kathy!
You were invited to participate in the parade as well. It was another great opportunity to get our name out there, to promote PR&B-BCH,MI and the "Right to Ride" and to have some fun!
g If you would like to be in our parade, please e-mail us or you can call 1-517-543-3325.
or phone her at: 517-202-9688
We have a variety of participants here to entertain the young and old. We have music to motorcycles, fire trucks to tractors, mini T's to horses. We have the Charlotte High School, Eaton Rapids High School, Olivet Middle School bands and they are here to show the community the awesome talent of their members. What parade would be complete without queens and their court? We have the 2008 Frontier Days queen and her court, Vermontville Maple Syrup queen, St. Johns Mint Festival queen and Michigan's own Ms. Michigan.
Tunes Are Us DJ's will also be hosting this years Grand Parade. Join Jason Vanderstelt & his staff as they MC the Saturday morning parade along Cochran Ave.
...hope to see you there next year!