PROMOTING BEEF IN OUR COMMUNITY
In addition to our major annual events, the TCCW are busy promoting beef and the beef industry all
year through various projects and community events.
Community Events & TCCW Outreach
Bull & Gelding Sale Western Art Show.
Assisting Jane Daughtery with thisngs
hse needs and hosting the Red Bluff
Chamber “Good Morning Red Bluff”
Presentations to the the Tehama County
Board of Supervisors
Providing over 600 beef appetizers for
the Gold Country Cutting Horse Show -
March 27th, 2015 at the Tehama District
Booth at the Annual Dairyville Orchard
CattleWomen Beth Chaney, Joyce Bundy and
Kelly Mouton were honored to spend
Saturday morning judging the District 1 High
School Rodeo Senior Scholarship
applications and interviewing said
Ag Education in the Classroom.Linda
Borror, Joyce Bundy & Cathy Bjornestad-
Tobin talking to the 4th Grade Students
at Olive View about Earth Day.
Round Up Mixer L to R... Joyce Bundy,
Linda Borror, Tammy Chrisler, Kelly
Mouton, Darcy Richeson, Jeanne Smith,
Pem Lester, Carol Enos (with the bunny
ears), Irene Fuller and Barbara Secor.
Linda Walker at the Corning Olive
Providing games for the children to play
during the Tehama County Cattlemen's
Wonderful TCCW vests made out of
Sponsoring tables at the Annual
Chamber of Commerce Installation
Setting up for Beef n Brew and assisting
in several other annual events every
Wonderful morning at the California CattleWomen Awards Breakfast. The Tehama County CattleWomen were awarded 1st place in Beef Promotion,
2nd in the Bayer Beef Promotion & Education Book and received a Walt Rodman recognition for the Red Bluff Beef n Brew. Great job ladies!!
Annual Earth Day Presentations!!
CattleWomen have been out and about presenting to classes throughout Tehama County. The presentations highlight the importance of the 3 Rs
(Reduce, Reuse & Recycle), the cattle industry and its role in the care of our environment.
MEET "Big Bertha”
"Big Bertha" is Tehama County CattleWomen's new freeway sign. Look for her in the South County on the East side of the freeway. She is 6 1/2 feet tall
and 8 feet long. Created for them by Doug Hammond. Bertha's10-inch lettering will greet travelers with a reminder to "Savor the Flavor" and to "Eat
beef". Beef is good for you and your heart.
“Big Bertha” was seen for the first time in the Red Bluff Round-Up parade and will appear at the 99th Annual Tehama District Fair and in the Cottonwood
Rodeo Parade and the Los Molinos 4th of July Parade.