The 3rd Annual Western Spirit Mixer was held on May 3, 2013 at the ProRodeo Hall of Fame to kick-off a summer of “all things western”. Welcoming the attendees were: Kent Sturman, Director, ProRodeo Hall of Fame; Ted Severn, President of the Pikes Peak Range Riders; Sallie Clark, El Paso County Commissioner, District 3, Don Knight, City Council member, District 1, and Mike Jorgensen, President of the Pikes Peak or Bust Rodeo Board.
The third annual Western Heritage Art…Continue
The Western Spirit Committee is pleased to announce the second annual Western Spirit Coloring Contest. The goal of the project is to involve our youth in embracing the Western Heritage of the Colorado Springs area in a creative way.
Complete the drawing using any media (crayon, water color, paint colored pencil, paint etc.).
John W. “Bill” Sausser, 92, of Sabetha, Kansas died January 22, 2013. Bill was the last surviving Charter Member of the Pikes Peak Range Riders. Jim Williams from the Pikes Peak Range Riders stated “It is truly the end of an era for the Pikes Peak Range Rider organization”.
Bill began his life in Seneca on February 9, 1920. His parents were George A. and Margaret "Maggie" McNally Sausser. He graduated in 1938 from Seneca High School where he was a star football player,…Continue
The Western Spirit Art Projects are available for sale to the highest bidder; select your favorite silhouette and make a bid by contacting John Skalla at 719-291-3210.
Donations will be made in your name to the PPOB Rodeo or your favoritr local charity.
The silhouettes will be in the PPOBR Parade on July 10th and displayed at the PPOBR July 11-14.
Members of the Spirit Committee include: Cowboy Christian Connection, El Paso County Fair, Girls of the West, Kit Carson…Continue