Saturday, May 30, 2009

Ruben Ayala, how we remember ye

Ruben Ayala was a dedicated politician, serving the Inland Empire and the state of California for many, many years. Many things have been named for Ayala, including a street, two parks...and a high school in Chino Hills, California.

And therefore, the name of Ruben Ayala lives on through...cow chips:

Ayala High School Band and Color Guard will host their 2nd Annual "Cow Chip Bingo" event on the back band field at Ayala High School on Saturday, May 30, 2009 from noon to 4 p.m.

Three cows will be released onto a pre-marked 50 x 60 yard field, containing 3000 squares. Each square yard represents a "land deed parcel." The first three plops on a "land deed parcel" will be measured and recorded, and prize winnings totaling $1500 will be awarded to the owners' respectively,

Cost of each parcel will be a $5 donation....

More here. And see my 2008 post on the first Cow Chip Bingo event, although I don't recall that the 2008 event had sponsors such as Chick-Fil-A.

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