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LOST DUTCHMAN DAYS

39th Annual Lost Dutchman Days
February 21, 22 & 23, 2003

Pro Rodeo - Rodeo Dance - Entertainment
Carnival - Parade - Arts & Craft Show

Meet the 2002 Rodeo Royalty!

Events are held at the Apache Junction Rodeo Park,
Tomahawk Road and Lost Dutchman Blvd, unless otherwise noted.


Friday

Carnival, Vendors, Crafts, Gold Panning, Free Entertainment and much, much  more!

BLM Wild Horse & Burro Adoptions

Pro Rodeo


Saturday

Parade 9:00 am * Parade will start at Apache Trail & Phelps, go west on Apache Trail, turn around at Ironwood at head back east to starting point

Fine Arts & Craft Show and Sale
10:00 am to be held at Four Peaks Elementary School on Idaho Road, between Superstition Blvd & Lost Dutchman Blvd

Carnival, Vendors, Crafts, Gold Panning, Free Entertainment and much, much  more!

BLM Wild Horse & Burro Adoptions

Pro Rodeo

Rodeo Dance


Sunday

Fine Arts & Craft Show and Sale
10:00 am to be held at Four Peaks Elementary School on Idaho Road, between Superstition Blvd & Lost Dutchman Blvd

Carnival, Vendors, Crafts, Gold Panning, Free Entertainment and much, much  more!

BLM Wild Horse & Burro Adoptions

Pro Rodeo


The Lost Dutchman Days Royalty invite you to attend a fun-filled weekend at Lost Dutchman Days,
Apache Junction, Arizona
February 21, 22 & 23, 2003

 

Carri Dixon, Lost Dutchman Days Queen
24 year old Carri resides in Chandler, Arizona and is a student at Mesa Community College. She is employed by the Tonto National Forest and enjoys riding, roping, camping and the outdoors.

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Francesqua Curtis, Lost Dutchman Days Senior Teen Queen
Ms. Curtis comes to Apache Junction from Tucson, Arizona where she attends the University of Arizona and is persuing a degree in Animal Science. She is eighteen years old and enjoys training/showing Arabian horses and traveling. (No Photo Available)

Chelsea Neese, Lost Dutchman Days Junior Teen Queen
Fifteen year old Chelsea is a student at Corona del Sol High School in Tempe, Arizona. In addition to being on student council and helping other kids to read, she enjoys spending time with her family and her horse Lucy. Chelsea has held previous royalty titles and enjoys rodeos and pageants throughout the state. She is the daughter of Tim and Jennifer Neese.

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Carri and her court are anxiously awaiting the 2003 Lost Dutchman Days Rodeo and hope to see you there. If you would like the Lost Dutchman Days Rodeo Royalty to appear at your community event or would like to compete in the 2003 pageant, please call (480) 988-0089 or
misslostdutchmandays@yahoo.com

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