Over the weekend, the audience was shaken by a Nebraska Bushpuller session, line dance, and concerts courtesy of country artist Tracy Byrd, Easton Corbin, and local band SideStep.
“It’s worth just looking at the energy of this place. There’s a great level of energy here,” Scott Mueller said on Friday night. “It was great to see. Thank you to everyone involved. It’s amazing what we can achieve when we do things together.”
Pat Mueller reiterated his feelings, saying that visitors wanted to keep Columbus and the people around him learning to be compassionate, generous and diligent.
Ricketts honored Mueller and all volunteers for the successful cowherd ball in 2021. In his speech, he talked about Sunday night’s D Day Anniversary and encouraged people to check out the Andrew Jackson Higgins Memorial in Pony Park. Originally from Columbus, Higgins became internationally renowned for the design and mass production of “Higgins Boats” during World War II.
“It’s great to be in Columbus,” Ricketts said. “Columbus is a wonderful city in Nebraska and has made a huge contribution to our state.”
McNeil said he was happy to see many people having a good time on the weekends and that his mother would feel the same.
One of Nebraska’s big countryside parties: Columbus is dazzled as a host of Cattlemen’s Ball in 2021 | Local
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