Copper Basin preparing for the 54th annual Pioneer Days

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Pioneer Days is March 20-23 and the theme this year is, simply, Pioneer Days. 

Parade applications will be accepted until Thursday, March 20.  Applications that are submitted later will not have anything said about their entry at the Judges’ Stand. Pioneer ranchers and cowboys especially from the Crescent Ranch area and beyond are requested to participate plus Santos Ranch family and residents.  Make a sign to let the spectators know who you are.

  Carnival pre-sales are underway.  A sheet of 40 tickets sells for $25 and the punch tickets are 8 for $15.  Nancy Hinojos at the Hayden Town Hall and Gloria Ruiz at the Winkelman will have tickets until Friday, March 14, and at the Chamber until Wednesday, March 19.

  Keep in mind NO DOGS will be allowed inside Pioneer Park and bicycles, scooters, and skateboards will be held until the event is over.   There are insurance safety policies and health rules that govern these rules. 

  Softball games are Friday, Saturday and Sunday with Horseshoes at the Elks on Saturday.  Enjoy a steak, purchase tickets for a side of beef and enjoy a dance with Primo at the GKI Saturday with the Kearny Rotary.

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