BOARD OF DIRECTORS 2020
Tyler Gilchrist - 662- 2938 Jay Stokke - 299-7123
Blake Jones -299-7878 Quinn Zilkie - 299-7681
Adam Gilchrist - 661-7115 Cody Gabruch - 299-7220
Patrick Fairbrother -299-4966 Monty Koopman - 299-
Denton Pridmore - 299-7799 Ben Dumontel
Denise Tully - 299-4916 Secretary/Treasurer
Please feel free to contact any director for information or questions Contact them at one the phone numbers listed above, or at the Website Guestbook. Companies, Groups or individuals who are interested in sponsoring an event please contact Denise Tully..
THE HISTORY OF THE RENO RODEO & AG. SOCIETY
The idea of putting on a rodeo in Consul had been talked about for several years. In January of 2008 Randy Stokke, Dan Black, Carl Parsonage, Travis Erickson, Scott Pridmore, John Beierbach and Doug Richards met at the Richards' place and decided to officially form The Reno Rodeo & Ag. Society. The name was registered and was officially incorporated on January 20, 2008.
The object of The Reno Rodeo & Ag. Society is to promote and produce a rodeo in Consul... to perserve our western culture and for the enjoyment and fellowship of the people of Consul, and surrounding communities.
After expenses of the rodeo and upkeep of the rodeo grounds, as well as some funds to keep the rodeo viable, any monies remaining is to be shared among various local groups and organizations. In 2008 donations were made to: Consul Rink Board, Consul Ambulance, Consul Senior Centre, Robsart 4H Club, Govenlock Hall, Merryflat Hall, and Consul Hall.
James Blakley generously offered the society permission to construct an arena on a piece of his land just outside Consul. Thanks to the outpouring of donations in labour, materials, volunteers and sponsorships, a rodeo arena was constructed and ready in time for the 1st Annual Reno Rodeo on August 3rd and 4th, 2008!
ORIGINAL BOARD OF DIRECTORS
"Biggest Little Rodeo in the West"
Back row: John Beierbach, Bryan Tully, Randy Stokke, Dan Black, Secretary/treasurer -Kim Pridmore, Scott Pridmore, Doug Richards, James Blakely
Front row: Carl Parsonage, Travis Erickson