Archive for May, 2011
We hope y’all had a GREAT time during this year’s UNRUN 7 Weekend! For those of you who helped us kick things off at Iron Bear and then continue the party with BEARRACUDA at Elysium…THANKS! We really appreciate Matt and all the DJ’s for making this a crowning jewel of our yearly event!
We also want to thank all of those who came out for the Bear Contest at Chain Drive…and helped us to raise $2000 toward this years charities OUT Youth and The People’s Clinic….(and a special THANKS goes out to Mutt who graciously donated the $300 grand prize back to the charities! THANK YOU!
We really do have some really great members and I want to take this opportunity to THANK all of those who helped plan, set-up, decorate, help the contestants, and volunteering behind the stage. You guys ROCK!!! and are much appreciated by this cub.
Our next upcoming event will be, for those of you who don’t know or are new to the club, Back To The Woods 7 (B2W7). It will be held at the TCC campgrounds October 7-9th. Planning is under way and more details will be sent out in future emailings and Bear Briefs….so be sure to make plans to attend! If you’ve never been…its a whole lot of fun for very little money (compared to other bear events). Ask those who have been before…or ask any of the officers for more information! We hop to see you there!
Woooof’s -n- Grrrr’s
We want to congratulate the newest Mr. HOT Bears! We also want to thank all the contestants who did a GREAT job! The contest was very fun and entertaining. This years Mr. HOT Bears are:
Mr. HOT Bear – Rusty Salazar
Mr. HOT Cub – Rudy Sanchez
Mr. HOT Grizzly – Scott Pitts
Mr. HOT Otter – Derek Ruiz
The HOT Bears would like to thank Roger and Bengie of the Iron Bear for allowing us the opportunity to paint our logo on their wall! Several members of the HOT Bears spend a couple of nights laying out, and painting the logo on the wall. It was a lot of fun and a great event to come together and celebrate being a HOT Bear! If you get the chance, go by and see it in person and say THANKS to Roger and Bengie for allowing us this opportunity.