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Breckenridge Woman’s Forum hosts Buckaroos for first meeting of the season, plans Murder Mystery Dinner for Oct. 13

Breckenridge Woman’s Forum hosts Buckaroos for first meeting of the season, plans Murder Mystery Dinner for Oct. 13
October 04
12:28 2022

On Tuesday, Sept 27, The Breckenridge Woman’s Forum President Kim Walker “kicked off” the first meeting of the 2022-23 year by introducing a program from the Breckenridge Buckaroo football team, band and cheerleaders.

The Buckaroo program at the Woman’s Forum last week ended with the students and Forum members all singing Breckenridge High School’s school song. (Courtesy Photo)

The Woman’s Forum members were treated to a private pep rally by the band and cheerleaders. Buckshot was also a crowd pleaser, according to those in attendance. Coach Casey Pearce introduced the Breckenridge High School football team; cheer coach Kaitlin Prewitt introduced the cheerleaders; and, band director James Wilhite introduced the drum line and band members in attendance. All seniors were recognized.

High school principal Paul Armstrong shared with enthusiasm the positivity the students have on campus and the school spirit that is shared community wide. With such an amazing staff and gifted students, Woman’s Forum members look forward to the future at BHS and all Buckaroo teams, they said. The program ended with everyone joining in singing the school song.

Hostesses for the month were Cassie Griffith, Paula Anderson, Pam Griffith and Julie Herring. The door prize was provided by Trissie Dempsey. The community service project was donations to the Breckenridge Library’s children’s programs. The forum was decorated in green and white and Buckaroo memorabilia, and members were encouraged to dress in green to show support for the Bucks. The meal was provided by Canyon Road Barn & Grill.

The Woman’s Forum will host a Murder Mystery Dinner on Thursday, Oct. 13. The interactive event, titled “Lights, Camera, Murder: Murder Mystery Dinner,” will be presented by Albany Mainstreet Playhouse.

Tickets to the Murder Mystery Dinner will cost $60 and include a dinner of pork tenderloin, potato casserole, green beans, bread, salad, dessert, tea and two drink tickets for beer and wine. Only a limited number of tickets are available.

Red carpet attire will be permitted but not required.

For more information, call Jaclyn Morehart at 806-543-3651 or 254-559-5421.

The BHS marching band’s drum line and other members performed at the Breckenridge Woman’s Forum on Sept. 27. (Courtesy Photo)

The Breckenridge High School 2022-23 cheerleaders include, back row, from left, Karsyn Smalley, Grace Raymond, Aubry Diaz, Giselle Reyes and Yanet Benitez; front row, from left, Chloe Whitmire, Emma Williams, Kenna Adams, Brittany Melton and Taryn Russell; Buckshot,  Nicholas Delacruz; and sponsor, Kaitlin Prewitt. (Courtesy Photo)

Hostesses for the September 2022 Woman’s Forum meeting were, from left, Cassie Griffith, Paula Anderson, Pam Griffith and Julie Herring. (Courtesy Photo)

Cutline, top photo: At the Breckenridge Woman’s Forum’s opening meeting for the 2022-23 season, the Breckenridge High School varsity football team, marching band and cheerleaders entertained the members with a mini pep rally. (Courtesy Photo)

Information and photos provided by Woman’s Forum member Mary Quinn Griffin, with additional information provided by Forum member Jaclyn Morehart.

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