Country Jam 2016 Mack CO Lineup
Carville’s Auto Mart along with Town Square Media is happy to announce the full lineup for Country Jam Music Festival in Mack Colorado coming up in June 2016. Zac Brown Band, Blake Shelton, Brad Paisley and Lee Brice are the headliners for the 2016 event, which is set to take place June 16-19 in Grand Junction, Colo. In addition to Adkins, Big & Rich and Farr, Joe Nichols, Easton Corbin, Chase Bryant, Darryl Worley, Neal McCoy, Halfway to Hazard and Annie Bosko have also joined the lineup for the four-night country extravaganza, which will be celebrating its 25th anniversary. Read on for the schedule and lineup for this country music extravaganza! Read the rest of this entry
The Women’s Expo is going on November 7 at the Two Rivers Convention Center and Carville’s Auto Mart is giving a two pairs of Tickets for this amazing event. The first two people that come to the Carville’s Auto Mart at 2507 Highway 6 and 50 and ask a manager about our specials will win a pair of tickets to go to this event.
This second annual Rocky Mountain Women’s Expo and it’s perfect time for women to not only shop for gifts in one convenient location but also learn about exciting new business opportunities and find resources to help enrich their lives here in Western Colorado.
As the largest single day event gathering of women and businesses in Western Colorado, the Rocky Mountain Women’s Expo is the perfect opportunity for women to learn about new products and businesses in our community while networking with friends and professionals. The Rocky Mountain Women’s Expo will be held on Saturday, November 7th from 10 a.m to 4 p.m at Two Rivers Convention Center.
With the Holiday season coming up, the Rocky Mountain Women’s expo will be the perfect place to find unique gift ideas, purchase stocking stuffers, and gather additional information from local businesses.
The Winner – 1991
“Toughest Hunt of My Life”
By Royce Carville
What a beautiful Fall day! My best friend and hunting partner, Mike Chapman, and I were unloading my horses below Bald Mountain Reservoir. We were in our shirt sleeves as we dusted the 1/4-inch of dirt off the horses’ backs from the trailer ride up. I remember thinking, “I sure hope the weather changes or the game won’t be moving much.” As we loaded the gear on Blue and Peaches I thought, “Why am I hauling these snow pacs and snowsuit? I’ll just leave them in the truck – Naw, I better take them.” (I guess the Boy Scout motto had been firmly embedded in my brain.)
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