A fourth generation farmer by profession he’s one of the state’s longest tenured high school sports officials. “It’s a good life. I love it,” Galen Johnson assured.
“Free delivery twice daily. Call 410.” That was the inscription on the delivery wagon, newspaper ads and order pads.
College rodeo has come to a temporary close. While certain rodeo committees have insisted “the show will go on,” threats of the worldwide coronavirus have stopped college competitions.
“It’s been a wonderful life.” While there’s semblance to a most popular movie title, Leo Hultgren’s comment is sparked with heartfelt reflection.
“This is turning back the pages of time.” It’s considerably different, yet all of the recent heath and economic issues have a certain semblance of days gone by.
Despite worldwide health concerns canceling a number of high paying rodeos, fortunately the biggest of all concluded before the scare. It’s what has become the most renowned much anticipated rodeo for cowboys and cowgirls: RFD-TV’s The American.
“The show will go on.” That’s the decision made by the majority of committees with scheduled rodeos sanctioned by the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association (PRCA).
“Get up, give up, do something and be thankful for all there is.” What a confusing seemingly contradicting statement. Yet it’s the simple accurate description for this season among those of strong faith.
Answers to agriculture questions for developing plans to improve record book margins are on tap for Garnett. “The final in this year’s four-part series of Farm Profit Seminars is scheduled for Wednesday evening March 18th,” announced Greg Akagi.