Wednesday, 12 February 2014 10:45
A very large crowd attended the 70th annual Coronation sponsored by the Valentine Chamber of Commerce. "St. Valentine", Bailey Dexter, and "The Royal Herald", Chet Tetherow, were the emcees for the event.
Receiving Coronation Queen honors, Most for VHS and the 1st Annual Kay Sedevy Memorial Scholarship was Brianna Bussinger. King went to Triston Eklund. Prince and Princess honors went to Emily Perrett and Taylor Monroe.
Duke and Duchess was Bailey Leonard and Cameron Perrett.
Nicole Lurz and Corbin Standing Ready were named Count and Countess.
Pages were Sarah Shelbourn and Newt Bussinger.
The Heart City Heart Award went to Cathy Colburn.
First Red Dress Event this Friday
Wednesday, 12 February 2014 07:21
Get your red dress... or shirt or tie or boots... on for the first ever Heart City Bull Bash Goes Red For Women Red Dress Event on Friday, February 14! Come join us for an evening of celebration, entertainment, dessert, awards and an auction. All proceeds will go to the Cherry County Hospital, Bryan Health and American Heart Association.
Mike Baxter of Ranchland Auction Service of Ainsworth, Ne., will emcee the evening's activities and auction off the salt block art created by livestock. Event participants will have the opportunity to choose their favorite salt block art by voting with their dollars. Doctors from Bryan Health will be on hand to visit with the folks and there will be music by the Bar J Wranglers in a limited engagement.
Tickets for the event are $20/person. They can be purchased at: Wells Fargo Bank, Security 1st Bank, Union Bank & Trust, Auntie D's, Fashions and Farm Bureau Insurance Agency.
Don't forget to donate to the Go Red for Women fundraiser when you make purchases at local retailers and restaurants such as: Henderson's IGA, Scotty's Ranchland Foods, Cedar Canyon Steakhouse, Coachlight Inn, Milo & Max's, Neon Bar & Grill, and Peppermill,
Red attire is admired, but not required at the Red Dress Event on Valentine's Day, February 14.