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2013 Pioneer Days Recap
11/30/13
PIONEER DAYS 2013

While the weather did not lend itself to large numbers of people coming to this year's Pioneer Days, the people who did brave the elements were treated to a different kind of event.

There was BUTTERMILK JUNCTION performing their acoustic music in the Nolan River School. There were historians in the Stage Station, Courthouse and Nolan River School holding people spellbound with stories of days gone by. Terry's Texas Rangers even fired a cannon or two and The Ghost of Buzzard Flats had a gunfight to the delight of those who came out.

RAFFLE WINNER!!!
At 5:30 PM on Saturday eight year old Brian Depaiva, from Keene, drew the winning ticket # 0168 which belonged to the lucky Paul Adlof from McKinney. Paul and his wife Shelly came back to Cleburne on Monday and met with John Schultz, the gunsmith who prepared this years gun. They all met at the Cleburne Courthouse to transfer ownership of the rifle and have their picture made with John Schultz, Randolph Garner, President of Johnson County Heritage Foundation and David Murdoch who sold Paul the ticket. The reason they met at the Courthouse is Paul was the man who removed the stone from the Courthouse to recover the Time Capsule on Nov. 16 and purchased $50. worth of Raffle Tickets.
CONGRATULATIONS PAUL!!!

This is what Paul won.
FULLY CUSTOM ENGRAVED 1873 WINCHESTER "Uberti" Chambered in 45 Colt
Valued at $4000. Raffle Tickets $10. or 6 for $50. 12 for $100.

We want to Thank Our Sponsors for allowing us to have Free Admission & Parking again this year.
Our PLATINUM SPONSORS were FIRST FINANCIAL BANK & CLEBURNE FORD
Our GOLD SPONSORS were LONE STAR RANCH & OUTDOORS & JIM & CHARLIE EASDON
Our SILVER SPONSORS were TERRY'S TEXAS RANGERS * JAN GREATHOUSE STATE FARM INSURANCE * JOHNSON COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE * SHEPHERD'S
VALLEY COWBOY CHURCH SEARCH & RESCUE * CLEBURNE TIMES REVIEW & CLEBURNE EAGLE
Our FRIENDS were HEB * KCLE * PETE HOBBY * DONALD DIAMOND * SAM & CHERYL KELLER * RAY & MARGARET HESTON * FIELD STREED BAPTIST CHURCH
CLEBURNE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE * JOHNSON COUNTY COMMUNITY SERVICE

FOOD VENDORS FOR 2013

THE MESS HALL
Phillys Burgers, Wraps, Smoothies, Drinks + Breakfast

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Chisholm Trail Marker - Hadley Farm
This level grassland stretching several miles was a rendezvous area for the larger herds where they could regroup and round up the strays that fell behind the main herd. Once the herd was gathered, a few scrub cattle would be.... Read More
Did you know?
The Chisholm Trail was finally closed by barbed wire and an 1885 Kansas quarantine law; by 1884, its last year, it was open only as far as Caldwell, in southern Kansas. In its brief existence it had been followed by more than five million cattle and a million mustangs, the greatest migration of livestock in

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