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Story of an annual event: the Tuolumne Lumber Jubilee Protest

“[The Health Department] informed [Aaron Rasmussen, the Tuolumne Lumber Jubilee Board President] that the Tuolumne Lumber Jubilee is considered to be a mass gathering and the only exceptions are for religious services and protests.”

[Rasmussen replied,] “We have a church service (starting at 9 AM) and we can adjust to make this event a protest. So in order to stay in compliance with state and local orders, this year’s event is considered to be both a religious service & protest. The Protest events will start at 11 AM.”

“The protest is the fact that we’re having it. We can’t stay in this constant fear. We can’t stay in this constant state of closure. It’s not healthy for the community. It’s not healthy for our economy. So, in itself it’s a protest to say as a community we’re still having this.

Events include the following competitions: ax throwing, Jack n Jill, Bull of the Woods, Underhand Chop, Men’s Buck, Women’s Ax, Arm Wrestling, Speed Ax, Hot Saw, Mike’s Mowers, Chopper and more.

I’m IN!

2 Comments!

  1. Lord of the Fleas
    Posted June 26, 2020 at 9:18 am |

    Any chance they could add a Bureaucrat Bludgeon to the list of events?

  2. DougM ☞ crotchety and judgmental ☜
    Posted June 26, 2020 at 12:25 pm |

    I hope the ax-throwers get to put up the bullseye pic of their choice.
    You know, for motivation of both competitors and fans,
    like Ed Ames on the Johnny Carson show