BCNE Officially Open
L-r Don Gowan, Councillors Albert Koehler, Murry Krause , Jillian Merrick, RDFFG Board Chair Art Kaehn, Councillor Frank Everitt, Mayor Lyn Hall, BCNE GM Amanda Chandler, and PG Agricultural Historical Association President Alex Huber cut the ribbon. Photo 250 News
Prince George, B.C.- Seven scissors made the cut, and in a moment, the BCNE was officially declared open.
President of the Prince George Agricultural and Historical Association, Alex Huber says the big draw this year is the Great Northern Rockin’ Rodeo which gets underway on Saturday. “We have 184 participants, that makes it the second largest amateur rodeo in B.C.”
The BCNE paid $30 thousand dollars to ensure the rodeo would take place.
The other big event happening on the weekend is the Fire Fighter Games, which start at 10.