JUNE 2020 THE RIDER /3 Kicking Cowgirl Designs” Gallops Over To Bolton Street

BOBCAYGEON, ONT. - Kicking Cowgirl Designs (KCD) who recently won “Best Western Boutique in North America” beating out Western Stores in predomi- nant states like California, Texas, and Arizona is on the move. KCD started 6 years ago selling at Rodeos, Fairs and Plowing Matches with its mandate to raise money for kids feeding and sports programs in Africa, along with sending kids to camp in Ontario. Every February Kimberly Dawn has taken 25-29 hockey bags of sup- plies and spending 3 weeks working with kids and fam- ilies in the slums of Africa.

will be occupying triple the retail space at 73A Bolton Street. “This year will be a game change for us, says Kimberly Dawn as we have expanded our line of Kick- ing COWBOY Designs, signed a Western Wear Dis- tributor to sell the KCD Brand in Australia/ New

Zealand, and a licensing deal in place to sell retailers in both Canada and the USA”. Having being delayed

because of C-19, The Offi- cial Grand Opening will be Saturday June 6th, with rib- bon cutting at 10:30 am, country singer Ty Baynton

and more. “Once C-19 is behind us, we will continue setting up our trailers every weekend at the Rawhide, Ram and Black Creek Rodeos which is a huge sales and marketing tool for KCD”

performing, says Kimberly Dawn, but our new brick refreshments

and mortar flagship Bobcay- geon location will give us more Brand exposure, cre- ate jobs in our home town of Bobcaygeon and room to ship our increased web or- ders and custom orders.” For more information

visit https://kickingcow-

Today 20% of its prof-

its are still donated back to kids’ organizations, and after 3 years in its first 800 sq. ft retail store on King Street in Bobcaygeon, KCD

Ilderton Fall Fair COVID19

Update For 169 years, the

Ilderton Fall Fair has cele- brated our rural and agricul- tural heritage. Over the years, the Fair has under- gone many changes, yet our commitment to bringing our community together has re- mained the same. Today, our community is facing un- precedented challenges, and the safety of our guests and volunteers is paramount. The Ilderton Agricultural Society has therefore had to make the difficult decision to cancel the 2020 Fall Fair due to the Covid-19 Pan- demic.

While we cannot be

together in person, our mis- sion to celebrate our com- munity, our achievements in agriculture, creative arts and our rural lifestyle will con- tinue. We are already work- ing on several projects to keep the spirit of the Ilder- ton Fair alive, and we will announce those activities later in the summer. It may look different, but we know that the Ilderton Fair will be back, and better than ever, so stay safe and we will see you next year!

Source: News Release

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