Roped in – in Williams Lake

The B.C. Rodeo Association's awards night at the Gibraltar Room in Williams Lake Saturday included a fashion show.

Torry Hoffos and Wade Montgomery grin as they simultaneously toss their jackets over their shoulders as they model clothing from Bob’s Shoes and Repairs at the B.C. Rodeo Association’s awards banquet,  fashion show, auction and dance held Saturday night, Oct. 27 at the Gibraltar Room in Williams Lake.

The teens participated, good-naturedly – in spite of the fact that they were, no doubt, roped into appearing by their barrel-racing friends; cousins, Madison Smith and Sydney Freeman. The boys, however, took their turns on the catwalk well in stride.

The Log House (100 Mile) and Bob’s Shoes and Repairs teamed up to put on a fashion show during the evening which featured western clothing and foot-wear. The event was sold out early.

 

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