94th Earl Anderson Memorial Rodeo and Parade

 

Gary Collins/Pine Bluffs Post

This wagon represents the 10 families that homesteaded around Grover 100 years ago and who still work their property. Drivers are, l to r, Cathy and Gene Nelson. In the back are: George and Kim Ehmke, Donald Johnston, Beverly Cox Black (Eagle Rock Ranch), Bob and Marianna Rohn, Beulah Klinginsmith, Morine Knupple, John and Sharon Peters, Frank Burnett and Eugene Hahn.

Another successful Grover Rodeo Parade was held Saturday morning June 17 before the Rodeo at 1:30. American Legion Post 60 from Pine Bluffs, Wyoming led the parade with the Color Guard Flags. They are named Donald Eisenhauer to honor him. He was the first to die at Iwo Jima.

This year for the Grover Parade Grand Marshall the ranches that been in the same family for 100 years or more will be honored. These are in the Grover area. The 10 honored ranches are: Burnett Ranch, Eagle Rock Ranch, Ehmke Ranch, Johnston Ranch, Klingingsmith Ranch, Knuppel Ranch, Nelson Ranch, Peters Ranch, Hahn R...



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