We will be having Cowboy Prom again this year. It will be at Childress Region 1 HS Finals on Sat April 6 around 7 pm. Theme is Kentucky Derby so dress is casual. Doesn’t have to have big fancy prom dresses. Nice sun dresses or something similar, big fancy hats, ect. Childress Region 1 Junior High Finals will start at 10 am both days.
All Rough Stock will be bucked on Saturday. Order of Events Sunday will be the same without the Rough Stock. Entries are always due 1 week prior to each rodeo you plan to enter. Memberships are due 2 weeks prior to the rodeo you plan to enter. State Entries due at the Region 1 Finals at Childress before you leave. Be sure and have your entry notarized before you get there. Top 15 in each event advance to the Finals in May.
If you do NOT plan on attending please let me know so the next person can be moved up. Rooms have been blocked for the Region 1 Finals in Childress Call 940-937-0900 for Reservations. Our Purpose: “To promote the highest conduct and sportsmanship at all rodeos. If a girl who is engaged accidentally drops a knife, it is a sign that her fiance is coming to visit. It is bad luck to wear an emerald for an engagement ring. Doing so will cause you to die an old maid. An engaged woman should never let another girl wear her engagement ring, as the marriage will likely not happen. To be proposed to in a public place is unlucky, and will cause your marriage to receive unwanted notoriety. A man on his way to propose should turn back if he sees a snake and propose at another time.
Otherwise, extremely bad luck will follow. A more uncommon wedding superstition says that the bride who dreams of fairies the night before her marriage will be blessed with three children. Finding a spider on her wedding gown will ensure the bride a life of happiness. Wedding Superstitions: The Ceremony and Beyond It is unlucky to be married in green. Wearing orange blossoms at a wedding, however, ensures good luck. Great care should be taken to ensure the wedding ring is not dropped during the ceremony. It is an omen of very bad luck for the bride. The groom who carries a miniature horseshoe in his pocket will always be lucky. It is said that the bride that the sunshine doesn’t fall upon is sure to experience bad times. If she has children, they may die young.
Marrying at the time of the moon’s waning will ensure that your luck also wanes. It is lucky for the bridesmaids to throw away a pin on the wedding day, and unlucky to be stuck with one. In Northwestern France it was believed that a girl who obtains the pins used to fasten the bride’s dress would have an early marriage, while other superstitions in Europe and America say that the bride should absolutely keep the pins that fastened her dress. Another superstition says that after the wedding breakfast and reception, the bride should throw away all the pins around her. The bridesmaids shouldn’t keep the pins either, as doing so will hinder their ability to find a husband. It is considered unlucky to be married in a church where there is an open grave in the churchyard. It is unlucky for the bride to look into the mirror after she is completely dressed.
good luck again