MEEKER I Introducing 2012 Range Call parade marshals David and Sue Ann Smith of Meeker.
MEEKER I Endurance, perseverance and stubborn tenacity were characteristic of Meeker’s pioneer settlers. Today’s residents share those same traits, living in a community which continues to survive, thrive and succeed in spite of booms and busts, droughts and floods, times of plenty and times of want.
MEEKER I The Range Call committee is proud to announce that our new website has launched and tickets for the 2012 event are now on sale. Not only can you by tickets online, you will be able to enter the parade, become a vendor or event sponsor, all while visiting the meekerrangecall website.
Next year we will celebrate the 127th Annual Range Call Celebration … hopefully. The Range Call committee met this past week to review the 2011 event and to start planning for 2012. Due to a significant financial loss coming out of the 2011 event, the Range Call committee has to make some tough decisions.
MEEKER I The Meeker Pageant will continue for another year. After a public plea, the pageant has a new volunteer director, and this director comes with a respected drama resume.
MEEKER I The Meeker Pageant (a.k.a. the Meeker Massacre) has been part of the Fourth of July Range Call celebration for decades, providing an opportunity for residents to participate in a dramatized reenactment of the region’s history.