Jerk spoils end of great Bull-a-Rama

"I would like to not compliment the idiot who threw the glass of beer all over the band"

I would like to express an opinion regarding the bull riding event last weekend in the Cominco arena.

Kudos to all the sponsors and volunteers for making the event another success. It was a great show yet again!

That being said, I would like to not compliment the idiot who threw the glass of beer all over the band near the end of the dance.

The Ken McCoy Band comes a long distance to entertain those of us who appreciate him, and to be treated like that is completely unacceptable.

The guys in the band showed alot of class in ignoring the fool. People who do things like that embarrass their community and should not be proud of themselves.

And that’s all I have to say about that. Thanks for allowing me the opportunity to share my thoughts.

Helen Hannah

Skookumchuck

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