News and notes from the rodeo trail: May 7
May 14, 2012
• Veteran rodeo clown Marvin Nash will be participating in a free anti-bullying webinar from 6:30-7:30 p.m. (MST) on May 15. It will focus on helping parents to keep their children safe in an unsafe school environment and how to talk to teachers or school administrators when their children have a bullying issue. To access the webinar, visit http://www.KGAB.com and click on the “listen live” button
• Saddle bronc rider Josh Reynolds suffered a fractured left forearm at the Clovis (CA) Rodeo and is out indefinitely. Reynolds, of Ekalaka, MT, was 27th in the world standings at the time of the injury
• Despite storm damage to the five buildings of the Fremont County Historical Museum Complex in Sidney, IA, last year it now appears that the new Sidney Rodeo Museum will be completed in time for Iowa’s Championship Rodeo there in August.