Photos by Mel Fechter.
Main St. Rodeo Parade
1-Scott Valley Jr. Pleasure Park Drill Team/National Anthem
-Playing of the National Anthem
-Thank you to these young riders.
-Catch them in the area this afternoon following the Grand Entry for their impressive pattern ride, and tribute to Miles Isbell.
-The team is coached by Clara Johnson; thank you Clara.
2-Grand Marshals Doug/John Jenner
-For years, the brothers have added to the parade by riding as a family group on horseback or by firing-up vintage ranch trucks and getting multiple generations on board.
-Doug and John are appreciated ranchers in Scott Valley, and have several roughstock and team buckles spanning the years.
-Both Doug and John are exceptional cowboys, and family men, and have several grandchildren participating in and helping with the rodeo today.
-Be sure to wave to Doug and John and offer a big “thank you” as they serve as Etna Rodeo grand marshals
-We thank Doug and John for inspiring our theme "Living the Cowboy Way".
3-Montague Jr Rodeo Royalty
-Welcome to Montague Jr. Rodeo Royalty.
-These ladies represent rodeo throughout the year at Etna/Montague/Other Rodeos.
-We are appreciative of our longtime rodeo kinship with Montague and the Shasta Valley.
Molly Garcia (Mt. Shasta)
Natalie Grafton (Mt. Shasta)
-Thank you to the Montague Jr. Rodeo Royalty.
4-Miss CCPRA 2021 Queen
-Welcome Miss CCPRA, Olivia Sherman to the Main St. Parade, and the Etna May Rodeo. Olivia represents the California Cowboys Pro Rodeo Association and the professional sport of rodeo.
-Give a big welcome to Kimber and her trusty steed. Kimber is a 7th generation Hayden to Scott Valley. Her father Vose and great grandfather Frank we're both active members the Scott Valley Pleasure Park. She has been riding since she was one and a half years old.
-Laren is on her best horse Lightning; representing the cowboys love of country, & patriots.
7-Caroline Luiz, Cattlewoman of the Year
-Welcome our Siskiyou County Cattlewomen of the Year, Caroline Luiz.
-Caroline is riding with her daughters Nicole and Keri
-and is proud to represent the Siskiyou Cattlewomen as a 5th generation Scott Valley ranching family.
8-League of Officers Riders
-Thank you to everyone riding today from several officer organizations, including Etna Pal and the Siskiyou Sheriffs Office.
-Local officers support youth leagues, the junior rangers program, and Scott Community events, like this one.
-Thanks to this team, for keeping us safe.
9-Back Country Horsemen Top of the State Unit
-These incredible riders and stewards of the backcountry have participated in the Etna Rodeo parade for several years, with and are proud to share their great work to educate and encourage wise use of the backcountry by horseman and the general public.
10-Living the Cowboy Way for Jenner-ations
-This 1920's GMC truck, owned by the Jenner family, was used to carry freight back and forth to Salmon River.
-Today, the truck is loaded up with multi-generations of the Jenner family.
Jenner Cattle Company and Jenner Family Beef continue the traditions of their 6 generation ranching operation by sharing the knowledge and legacy of the cowboy way to the younger Jenner-ations.
11-Ladies of Denny Bar Co
-The Ladies of Denny Bar are headed to the Rodeo, to Find their Cowboys in this 1932 Chevy Coupe driven by Tricia Laustalot and Copilot India Tang.
-These club members and leaders are committed to the four H's.
-Head, Heart, Hands and Health are the words that thousands of 4-H members live by.
13-Andrea and Matt Padgett | Pioneer Auto (maybe)
Andrea and Matt, Panel Truck Maybe
-Dennis Honea is proudly driving one of his favorite routes of the year -- the drive to the rodeo in Etna. All work on this 1936 Ford has been done by Dennis. Thank you Dennis for coming to the Main Strret Rodeo Parade.
-Thankyou to the Etna Fire for keeping our historical and modern engines as part of the beloved Etna Fire Fleet.
-CAL FIRE wishes everyone a fire safe summer.
-This engine is out of CAL FIRE Fort Jones Station
-Thank you to this team for helping to keep our communities safe
-Our very own Klamath National Forest Service is here today.
-Thank you to Kyle, who brought a special guest to our parade! Smokey The Bear! -This year smokey the bear will be celebrating his 77th birthday.
-And Smokey wants me to remind you that .. only you can prevent wildfires!
-Thank you to the hardworking folks who work on our behalf in the National -Forests! Thank you Smokey! You are looking good for 77 my friend!
Comes around last after holding traffic- Thank you PAL
Enter the Parade
All kinds of entries are invited to sign up for the Main St. Parade- with a special emphasis on riding/horse entries. We also invite walking, automobile and float entries to sign up as well. Q's? Contact Kory Hayden at (530) 643-2456.
Line Up Info
Automobile entries will line up at Etna High school at 10:00am. Riding entires will line up behind Bob's Ranch House between 10:00-10:15am for the 10:20am start time. | Parade 10:30am