Meet "Big Hank", a 1939 Dodge Stake Bed truck. Hank is a true part of Antelope Valley history. This truck was purchased originally at the Dodge Dealership on Sierra Highway in Lancaster, which later became Hunter Dodge in 1944. Hunter Dodge recently purchased the truck from a local Antelope Valley resident We are proud to have restored Hank and look forward to preserving his history for years to come. You can drop by to see it on display in the Hunter Dodge in the Lancaster Auto Mall.
Hunter Dodge is proud to support the Quartz Hill High School Football Boosters Club. The students, teachers and volunteers worked very hard at the test drive event and earned $20 per test drive raising $2280. Congratulations!
Lancaster, CA. October 15, 2014- The RAM PRCA (Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association) California Circuit Finals Rodeo Committee and the Antelope Valley Fairgrounds today announced a 50% discount on Rodeo tickets for the Friday night, October 17th Rodeo only for active military personnel & dependents and retired military with IDs or in uniform. This discount excludes $6, $25 seats and Boxes and tickets can only be purchased on October 17th for the Rodeo at 7pm that night. Gates will open at 5pm. These discounted tickets will not be sold on-line, only available for purchase on-site.
The Rodeo will showcase the competitive skills of the top twelve contestants in the California Circuit for all seven Rodeo events (bareback riding, bull riding, saddle bronc riding, steer wrestling, team roping, tie-down roping and barrel racing).
The festivities kick-off on Friday, October 17, Patriot Night. The gates open at 5pm and the Rodeo will begin at 7:00pm with a salute to the 5 branches of military. The "Operation All The
Way Home" (OATH) non-profit organization made up of Lancaster High School students and wounded veteran, retired Army Specialist Jerral Hancock, will be part of the tribute.
Rodeo comedy entertainer, Gizmo McCracken, will be on hand with his high energy, family oriented antics and Miss Rodeo California 2014, Ondrea Edwards, will present for photos and autographs and over 30 vendors will be offering delicious food and great shopping.
After the Rodeo, attendees on Patriot night are encouraged to dance the night away with Jacob Nelson and the Tone Wranglers (www.jacobnelson.com), who will perform at the Van Dam Barn Dance once again sponsored by High Desert Dairy in the Corona Cantina. Line dancing lessons with KTPI Radio station's DJ Cowboy James will be demonstrated in the Corona Cantina at 5:00 p.m. before the Rodeo, and the Rodeo Red Carpet will be available for photos. The Giddy-up Petting zoo will be available between 5-7pmFriday night attendees are encouraged to come back on Saturday to see the two final Rodeo competitions. The Gates open on Saturday at 11am and the Matinee Rodeo will begin at 1:00pm. The Saturday evening Rodeo will begin.
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