Bryce Jacobson: Cowgirl Adventures ready to ‘ride, rope and herd’
Cowgirl Adventures, owned by Sheila Davis and Christy Cramer, is offering horse adventures for cowgirls in Craig, Browns Park, Williams Fork and on the Front Range.
According to their Web site, http://www.cowgirladventures.us, the adventure in Craig is described as “four days in a remote location of 17,000 acres of sage-brush country and rolling hills.
“This true working horse ranch is a great place to hone your riding and ranching skills with hundreds of horses to ride, rope and herd.”
For more information, call 303-775-4277 or 629-0505.
Prepping for a party? Here’s who to call
Gayle Kendall is ready to assist you with planning and or providing rentals such as chairs, tables, arches, decorations and much more for parties and gatherings.
Participate in The Longevity Project
The Longevity Project is an annual campaign to help educate readers about what it takes to live a long, fulfilling life in our valley. This year Kevin shares his story of hope and celebration of life with his presentation Cracked, Not Broken as we explore the critical and relevant topic of mental health.
The Party Patch, in business now for about three years, is able to assist you with holidays, weddings, graduations, reunions, anniversaries and other special events.
For more information, call Kendall at 629-2279.
Mountain Meat gets recognized in magazine
Mountain Meat was recently recognized in a nationally published magazine for the meat-industry, “Meat & Poultry.”
The article focuses on the history of Mountain Meat Packing Inc., and states that it was opened in 1977 by Loren and Helen Baysinger in Craig, and has been open since 1977.
Later, the business was purchased by Gary and Carolyn Baysinger, who are the current operators.
The article highlighting this local business was published in the October edition and can be found at http://www.meatpoultry.com.
You can find out more about Mountain Meat by calling 824-4878, or stopping by their location at 291 Lincoln St.
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