Tehama County Winter Dinner Scholarship Fundraiser Offers Live Silent Auction | Corning Observer

Tehama County Cattlemen and CattleWomen invite the community to attend the 69th Annual Winter Dinner and 18th Annual Farm Fellowship Fundraiser on Saturday January 8 at the Tehama District Fairground Auditorium from 5.30 p.m.

Highlights of the event will include the announcement of the Tehama County Cattlemen’s Association ‘Man of the Year’, recognition of the Tehama County Cattlemen’s ‘Cowbelle of the Year’, live and silent auctions, a superb Mike Collins and Crew prime rib dinner and a baptism of the 2021 fellows from the associations.

Tickets for the $ 35 per plate prime rib dinner are available at The Loft, Hawes, Red Bluff Bull & Gelding Sale, Golden State Farm Credit at Red Bluff, Shasta Farm & Equipment in Cottonwood, and Les Schwab offices at Corning. the door will be $ 40.

The event will be the last meeting of Mike McCluskey as President of TCCA, with Justin Hamilton, a Vina breeder, installed as President, with Dave Stroing Vice President, Niki Humphrey Secretary, Bev Ross Treasurer, and Trustees during a an will be Chad Amen, Bryce Borror, Andy Cox, Ron Humphrey, Kyler Puckett, Wally Roney and the directors for two years Will McDonald, Martin Spannaus, Seth Stroing, Andrew Turri, Tony Turri and Steve Zane.

Mike Collins and Crew will roast the 450 pounds of prime rib and Red Bluff Elks Lodge will provide the drinks.

Many items were donated for the stock exchange’s silent and live auctions, such as JP Ranch Rodeo donated 10 tickets to all performances January 21-22, Bryce Borror will take winner flying in his plane, 40 pounds of corn Tehama Angus Ranch, a handcrafted English walnut coffee table by Bill Borror, a special gift basket from Sean Rix of State Farm Insurance. two basic road loads from Charlie Mueller Trucking and Valley Rock, a boat trip on the delta for six to eight with food and drink from MJ Livestock, North Valley Ag Services donated bags of fertilizer, for ne cite a few articles.

There will be a wine tasting by several wineries in the region.

Agents from the California Cattlemen’s Assocation will meet with Shasta County ranchers earlier today and attend our prime rib dinner before returning to Sacramento.

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