RBC — The Meeker and Rangely 4-H Councils, clubs and 4-H members cordially invite the public to their first annual community carnival with a luau theme.
Block off your calendars for Saturday, May 30 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. for a day of fun in the sun luau style.
This is a community event to celebrate 4-H in Rio Blanco County. Clubs have come up with many different and unique booths for a day’s worth of fun. There will be farm fresh food cooked up on the barbeque, homemade pies, cupcake booths and plenty to eat.
A bounce house will be making its debut packed with balls and kids which is sure to delight the wee small and the big kids, too.
There will be an obstacle course to raise money for a playground at the fairgrounds as well as fishing booths, balloon toss, cow pie bingo, dunk tank, petting zoo, basket ball throws, pie smashing, roping booth, homemade greeting cards, dart throws, karaoke and more.
There will be a silent auction/raffle with really great items such as half a processed pig donated by Bonnie Long, tanning basket donated by Shawnna Hossack, saddle pads donated by MGM, 4-H shwag and tons more.
Entry to the carnival is free and tickets are 50 cents or you can buy a packaged ticket deal. There will be a shuttle taking kids back and forth from Rangely as well. All proceeds will go to the clubs and the 4-H Councils.
By Dessa Watson