The winners of the first Ponoka Fish and Game Association Rifleman’s Rodeo

Remember When: Looking back at the Rifleman’s Rodeo start

Winners of the first Ponoka Fish and Game Rifleman's Rodeo highlighted in this week's Remember When.

Remember When? The winners of the first Ponoka Fish and Game Association Rifleman’s Rodeo, held on the Bowie Farm during the 1966 September long weekend, are shown here receiving their trophies from Range Master Jerry Fink are left to right: Bob Hobbs, Kevin Whiteside, and Arnie Anderson. This longstanding and very active club will be proudly hosting their 50th annual Rifleman’s Rodeo from September 2-4 at magnificent Lake Pofianga north-west of Ponoka.

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