JOHN DAY - Queen Vanessa Hamsher and princesses Amanda Branstetter and Sierra Burton of the 2010 Grant County Fair and Rodeo Court are kicking off their reign with two fund-raisers.

First up is a Valentine's Teen Dance from 8:30 p.m. to midnight Saturday, Feb. 13.

The dance, for students ages 14-19, will be in Trowbridge Pavilion. The cost is $3 a person or $5 a couple.

A clay pigeon shoot hosted by Brad and Julie Smith will be held from 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 20, at Kimberly Rock Products, at mile marker nine on Highway 402.

There will be jackpots, Annie Oakley and more. The cost is $4 per shoot and concessions will be available.

A lunch of chili, cornbread and dessert will also be served, at $5 a plate. Call 541-934-2143 for more information.

Proceeds from both events will benefit the rodeo court.

For more information about these and other fair court activities, call advisor Jamie Wyllie Lupien at 541-932-4344 or Tracy Bird at 541-575-0866.

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