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George Poe honored as 2015 Grand Marshal of the Etna Rodeo Parade

Scott Valley events

1George Poe Ruby

Photo by Liz Bowen

George Poe, of Callahan, holds his famous dog Ruby.

May 1, 2015

By Liz Bowen

For more than 35 years, George Poe has been a part of the Pleasure Park Rodeos in Scott Valley. He started out as a contestant competing in the Wild Cow Milking, Wild Horse, Rescue and Cowhide Races and eventually spent years on the rodeo board helping to improve the rodeo arena and grounds. George and his wife, Donna, live near Callahan along with several beloved dogs and horses.
It is fitting for George to be honored as the Grand Marshal of the Etna Rodeo Parade, which will be held this Sunday at 10:30 a.m. in Etna. The 68th Annual Pleasure Park Rodeo follows at noon at the arena just north of town on Island Road.
Maintaining and improving the rodeo grounds is a constant challenge, especially for rodeo board members who are volunteers. After the 1964 Flood destroyed the original Pleasure Park arena located by Etna Creek, the 1965 Board of Directors purchased land from Jess McNames and built anew in 1966. Since then, nearly everything at the arena has been rebuilt or replaced including bleachers, fences, corrals and even the bucking and roping chutes.
For years, George supervised the California Dept. of Forestry and Fire Deadwood Conservation Crew in cleaning up the grounds before the May and July Rodeos. As improvements were constantly needed, George was happy to expand the services provided by the local inmate crews running equipment, welding and painting. For more than two decades, the Deadwood Conservation Crews have provided a tremendous service to the rodeo grounds.
Several improvements turned into major projects with George bringing in his backhoe and other Pleasure Park supporters hauling in bulldozers and needed equipment. George spearheaded cleaning up the junk pile behind the picnic area and putting in a culvert for a second road into that little pastured area needed for parking contestant pickups and trailers. One project expanded to several days sifting through the burned-up board pile of ashes with a metal detector picking-up the nails. Yep, an unheralded job, but a significant one.
During rodeos, George has always been willing to take a stock trailer to pick up and return calves or sheep for the kids’ events – typically missing much of the rodeo. There is a lot that goes on behind-the-scenes with dependable volunteers making for a successful rodeo. George has always been willing to go the extra mile.
In his younger days, George competed in the Wild Horse Race usually serving on the three-member team as the bronc rider. Once, his team tied for first and another time won first. He remembers Gordon Thomas, Jim Dunford and Gary Boltina as his go-to partners.
Though he doesn’t fancy himself a top-notch roper, he did have success in catching a few mama cows in the free-for-all Wild Cow Milking. And George remembers fighting for first in the Rescue Race, but pulling up his galloping horse so as not to run into the board fence – and losing. George recalled when Vernon and Mimi Van Sickle streaked across the finish line at such speed that they plowed right into the fence with both being thrown into the air and crashing.
Over the years, George missed a few July Rodeos and the gymkhana playdays, when they were held in September, because he was fighting fires as a fire crew captain at Deadwood. A few years ago he retired from CDF and Deadwood, but returns to work during the fire-fighting season.
Luckily, last year, George knew what to do when he was working on the Beaver Fire near the Klamath River, while bulldozing fire line. He follows the rules building safety zones and was in the process of building one, when the fire roared up. Luckily, George and the two other men quickly deployed their emergency fire shelters. It saved them. The fire burned over the men as they lay near the soil berm he had pushed up.
All three were taken to the hospital and soon released, but George does admit that he received a pretty good burn on his lower leg, because he wasn’t able to get it inside the shelter in time. Other fires have threatened George, but this was the first time he ever had to actually deploy the emergency fire shelter. He nods his head grateful that they do provide life-saving protection. And, yes, George has already taken his fire safety class and plans on fighting fires, if needed, this coming summer.
So be sure to wave to George during the Etna Rodeo Parade and thank him for his many services to his community. He’ll be riding his Paint Horse Ruben near the front of the parade.
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News, events and meetings

Constitution, JEFFERSON DECLARATION, Mark Baird, POW, Property rights, Scott Valley events, Siskiyou County, State gov, TEA Party

By Liz Bowen

Oct. 20, 2014

Thank you to the Siskiyou County Board of Supervisors for taking a stand against Prop. 1 Water Bond.
On Oct. 14, 2014 at their regular meeting, the supervisors were presented with speakers explaining why the $7.5 BILLION Water Bond is bad for Siskiyou County. There is $5 BILLION in special interest pork funding that could include the $250 million for Klamath dams destruction. And the remaining $2.5 Billion is NOT enough to produce sufficient water storage.
The Siskiyou Supervisors voted 4-1 in favor of the resolution opposing the Nov. 4 Ballot measure Prop. 1 Water Bond !!! Ed Valenzuela, representing Mt. Shasta area, was the opposing vote.

Thank you to Louise Gliatto, of Yreka, for spearheading this opposition movement.

Oct. 21, 2014 – Tuesday
Yreka Tea Party Patriots meeting
Decision Life Church 1301 South Main St. in Yreka
Time: 6:30 p.m.
Speaker: Mark Baird – The State of Jefferson is alive and well!

 

Oct. 24, 2014 – Canceled
Support Rural America meeting on USFS Vehicle Travel Management Plan is canceled. It was to be held at the Miner’s Inn in Yreka.

 

Oct. 25, 2014 – Double-feature showing of films
Scott Valley Film Coalition is a new organization
A kick-off event will feature local 1960s band documentary on “Afterglow” and the locally ranch-filmed “Heathens and Thieves”
Cost per ticket is $10
Showing times at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. on Saturday
At 11236 Hwy 3 next to the Chevron Station in Fort Jones
Newly designated “Resource Events Center”
Everyone is welcome!

 

Oct. 30, 2014 – Scott Valley Protect Our Water
Meeting
7 p.m.
Fort Jones Community Center
Lots to talk about —
Will show short video of Kris Anne Hall speaking on the Constitution – good stuff!

 

Nov. 7, 2014 – Friday
Buck Hunters Dinner and Dance
Mt. Bolivar Grange in Callahan
6 p.m. Dinner $5 adult, $3 child, $12 family
8 p.m. Official measuring of the buck horn contest by Punky Hayden
8:30 to 11:30 p.m. Dance by band “Sundown Poachers” $5 per person
Venison and chili contest. Enter for $5
Call Grange Master Jeffy Marx at 530 467-3093

 

Nov. 8, 2014 – Etna Veterans’ Parade
11 a.m. in Etna
To enter call Karen Wresch at 467-4067

For more info, check out:

www.lizbowen.com

www.jeffersondeclaration.net

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Callahan: Buck Hunters’ Dinner and Dance 11-7-14

Scott Valley events

Buck Hunters’ Dinner and Dance

Friday, November 7, 2014

Dinner 6 pm

Dance 8:30 pm, “Sundown Poachers”

If you are a buck hunter or you just want to enjoy good food and good dance music, be sure to attend the Mt Bolivar Grange’s Buck Hunters’ dinner and dance in Callahan on Friday, November 7th.

Dinner is at 6 pm; includes sampling of venison stew contest entries and other stews by Grange members, salad and apple pie, all for $5 per person, $3 for child, $12 per family.

The horn measuring is at 8 p.m.

The dance with music by the famous band, Sundown Poachers, begins at 8:30 and ends at 11:30. Families are encouraged to attend the dance.

The sign-up for the horn contest is closed, but the venison stew or chili contest sign-up is still open right up to that evening for a $5 entry. Sign ups are at Etna Hardware, Fort Jones Lumber, and Callahan Emporium. The stews/chilis will be judged by a panel. Winner takes all.
Hope you can come join the fun!

Jennifer Marx,
Mt Bolivar Grange Master

Callahan, CA
530 467-3093

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Celebration – Save Historic Callahan Bridge

Scott Valley events

The grass roots Save Historic Callahan Bridge Committee celebrated its victory on Sat. Aug. 2, 2014. Fran from Callahan Emporium organized the celebration and was a ring-leader in gaining the needed donations of $9,000 to pay for the wooden beam spanners that were needed to fix it.

The bridge was built in 1906 and has been refurbished many times. This last time, when Cal-Trans deemed the wooden beam spanners were rotting (and indeed they were) the county considered closing the bridge. Fran and a handful of local folks didn’t want to see the bridge closed, so began the “Save Historic Callahan Bridge” project.

Siskiyou County worked cooperatively and the roads and bridge crew did the fixing after the spanners were purchased.

The Native Daughters of the Golden West local parlor helped with the plaque that has the name of everyone that donated.

Marilyn Seward, chairman of the Siskiyou Institute 501 c3 non profit that held the donated funds and paid the county also attended the celebration. This was truly a community project.

Many of the folks in the photo donated $100 or more to pay for the wood beam spanners.

3Callahan bridge 8-2-14

3Fran crowd 8-2-14

Fran and friends enjoying the celebration.

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Turkey Shoot in Siskiyou is 11-2-13

POW, Scott Valley events

Scott Valley Protect Our Water

3rd  Annual

Turkey  Shoot

East Moffett Creek Rd – follow signs

Saturday, Nov. 2, 2013

9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Coffee and pastries all day

Lunch from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Coffee, pastries and lunch open to the public

Bring all your guns to compete in the bench rest, free-style and standing (50 and 100 and 200 and 300 yard) and Black Powder, Running Deer, pistol, rim-fire and youth under 16 shoots.

 

Prizes for shooting: Turkeys, hams, bacon, cheese and salami – A Grand Prize will be offered.

Gift certificates for the youth

For more info call Mike Cramer 530-468-2680

Chris O’Neil 530-842-2865 and Tom Pease 530-468-2414

—-  Alcohol is not allowed —-

Directions: Drive North on I-5 to Yreka or South on I-5 if driving from Oregon

Take Exit 773 at beginning of Yreka, turn left under the freeway.  Stoplight, turn left on State Route 3, should say you are going towards Etna.

About 15 miles over Forest Mt. and at bottom is East Moffett Ck Road.

Follow signs – about 3 miles to ranch – has signs.

Hope to see you there !!!

Cell phones don’t work there, so call me ahead, if you need to.

Liz Bowen

530-467-3515

Cell – 925-0362

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POW Turkey Shoot is Nov. 2

POW, Scott Valley events

Scott Valley Protect Our Water

3rd  Annual

Turkey  Shoot

East Moffett Creek Rd – follow signs

Saturday, Nov. 2, 2013

9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Coffee and pastries all day

Lunch from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Coffee, pastries and lunch open to the public

Bring all your guns to compete in the bench rest, free-style and standing (50 and 100 yard) and Black Powder, Running Deer, pistol, rim-fire and youth under 16 shoots.

 

Prizes for shooting: Turkeys, hams, bacon, cheese and salami – A Grand Prize will be offered.

Gift certificates for the youth

For more info call Mike Cramer 530-468-2680

Chris O’Neil 530-842-2865 and Tom Pease 530-468-2414

—-  Alcohol is not allowed —-

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Old Victorian home burns on Etna’s Main Street Aug. 6, 2013 in early morning

FIRES, Scott Valley events

PNP comment: I drove in to Etna this afternoon after I received this Press Release from the Siskiyou Co. Sheriff’s Dept. to check on the devastation, cuz I grew up in the house next door. Learned from a fire fighter’s mom, later, that the heat from the old two-story Victorian was so hot it broke the window in the bedroom that was mine 40 years ago.

A lot of our Scott Valley and Etna volunteer fire resources are over the Salmon Mt. fighting the Salmon River Complex of fires. Some were here, but the lucky part ( I heard) was that several crews with engines from Cal Fire were headed over the Salmon Mt. at 5 a.m. and when they saw the raging fire on Etna’s Main Street, stopped to fight it. 

The burned house is literally leveled to about four feet of blackened charcoal.  But the neighbors using their own hoses to water down their roofs and the engines doing the same is what saved the neighboring homes. It is truly amazing the other houses didn’t burn as well. Hooray for fire fighters! — Editor Liz Bowen

SISKIYOU COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE DAILY REPORT

August 7, 2013

 

ETNA FIRE RESULTS IN FATALITY AND ARREST

 

The Etna Police Department (EPD) has made one arrest in an incident arising from a fatal residential fire that occurred yesterday, August 6th in the 600 block of Main Street, Etna.  A criminal investigation was launched with the assistance of the Siskiyou County Arson Team (SCAT), Siskiyou County Sheriff’s Office Major Crimes Unit, and Cal-Fire.  A preliminary investigation revealed evidence of arson, which is a felony crime.  Ms. Jayah Jordan, 23 years of age, of Etna, was arrested by an Etna Police investigator for arson and murder-related offenses. Ms. Jordan is housed at the Siskiyou County Jail, pending arraignment and a final bail determination.

An autopsy has been scheduled for Friday, August 9, 2013 to determine the cause and manner of death of the victim.  Identification of the victim in this case has been withheld, pending positive identification and notification of the next of kin.

Citizens with any further information about this incident are urged to contact the Etna Police Department at (530) 467-3400.  After normal business hours, citizens may also contact the Siskiyou County Sheriff’s Office 24-hour dispatch center at (530) 841-2900.

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BIG event in Scott Valley today !

Scott Valley events

The Annual Valley-wide Yard Sale is HERE!

Scott Valley-ites as well as many visitors will be on the hunt for the best deal and treasured item as scores of yard sales will be held throughout the valley.

Good luck!

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66th Annual Scott Valley Pleasure Park Rodeo

Ranch life, Scott Valley events

Sunday, May 5, 2013

Etna, CA.

Rodeo Breakfast downtown by Jobs Daughter starts at 7 a.m.

Rodeo Parade with Rodeo Royalty and Grand Marshal John Growney at 10:30 a.m.

Noon — Kids Calf Riding and Mutton Bustin’

1 p.m. Grand Entry of cowboys and cowgirls and rodeo events

Food concessions are available

Admission is $10 for ages 8 & up; 7 and under are free.

Weather was warm today with a cooler brisk breeze

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Rodeo Dances in Etna May 4, 2013

Photos, Ranch life, Scott Valley events

PNP comment: It was so fun to see a great turnout for the Rodeo Dance tonight at Etna City Hall. I didn’t dance, but attended to take photos of the crowing of the 2013 Pleasure Park Rodeo Queen. It has been nearly a decade since a May Rodeo Dance was held up the long flight of stairs to the refurbished upstairs hall. So fun to see friends my age and several generations younger. Then the oldest prize went to Delta Christ, who organized many a square dance in the hall over the years. Nice, fun, social evening for all ages. Great band. P.S. can’t believe it has been 40 years, since I was crowned Pleasure Park Rodeo Queen, yep, it was May 1973 and it was a cold spring threatening rain on Rodeo day, not warm like this year.– Editor Liz Bowen

Delta Christ just keeps on dancing!

 

Kah’lena Hayes, left, is the new 2013 Scott Valley Pleasure Park Rodeo Queen  and will reign over the Etna Rodeo on Sunday, May 5th. Kah’lena is 16 years old, attends Golden Eagle Charter School and is the daughter of Annette and Doug Hayes of Yreka.

 First Princess is Kyliegh Kirkbride, who is 17 years old and attends Etna High School.  Second Princess is Machaela Bray, 15 years old and attends Etna High School.

 

 

The Band –

 

2013 Scott Valley Pleasure Park Association President Travis Earls with beautiful wife, Jessie.

 

 

 

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