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Colorado cattle group to have convention

The Colorado Independent CattleGrowers Association will be having its eighth annual convention in Sterling, Colo., on July 19 to 20.

The convention will kick off on July 19 with a tour of the historic Chimney Canyon Grazing Association outside of Sterling, followed by a picnic dinner.

Events July 20 will take place at the Ramada Hotel in Sterling. The events will include working group meetings and guest speakers. The line-up of guest speakers will include Karen Moreau from the New York Petroleum Council, Bob Parker speaking about Agenda 21 and R-CALF Chief Executive Officer Bill Bullard.

Following the working sessions and speakers will be a social hour at 5 p.m. and then a banquet and auction at 6:30 p.m. A drawing for a Charter Arms revolver and a Mossberg shotgun will follow at 8 p.m. Tickets can be purchased from any CICA director. The evening events will take place at the Northeastern Junior College Ballroom. For more information, contact CICA intern Madison Andersen at 719-740-1552 or madison.andersen@okstate.edu.

Date: 7/1/2013

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