Lewiston Roundup Board of Directors

The Lewiston Roundup was started as a regular, community event and rodeo in 1935 which traditionally has been held the first weekend after Labor Day. However, when the Lewiston Roundup Association, Inc. moved to the Tammany Creek venue in 1982, it became a year-round IRS 501(C)3 non-profit corporation on nearly 80 acres dedicated to agricultural, scientific, and educational purposes. Therefore, the LRA is now not just about rodeo. It is a year-round business dedicated to its 501(C)3 purposes.

To finance the maintenance of the building and grounds, in addition to the annual Lewiston Roundup rodeo, the association rents various parts of the facility throughout the year such as the Ketch Pen, outdoor arena, indoor arena, horse stalls, and RV spaces plus conducts a number of special events like horse shows, tractor pulls, mud bog races, moto-cross and demolition derbies. There are a number of committees and directors are asked to chair at least one committee. Additionally, Directors are asked to help out with special events.

The Lewiston Roundup brings out the spirit and values of our communities, our western heritage, and the agricultural way of life. Our volunteer board continues to contribute bolder dreams, higher ideals, and nobler causes because they take our beliefs and turn them into action.

As the Lewiston Roundup Association, we promote democracy, we create champions, we nurture innovation, and we are starters of leadership. The Lewiston Roundup Association contributes to the local economy and helps weave the intricate fabric of our community.

There are 21 positions on the Board of Directors. Directors are elected to a three-year term if elected at the annual meeting. Director terms are staggered so that seven directors are elected each year.

2023 Lewiston Roundup board

A big thank you to Little Moose Prints for donating all embroidery of directors shirts to the Lewiston Roundup.

Denny Jones

Denny Jones

Idaho Forest Group
Arena Director
Roundup Riders
Brandon Randall

Brandon Randall

208 Seed, Inc.
1st Vice President
SWZ 7 7 2023

Scott Zuger

L C Terminal - Retired
2nd Vice President
Local Sponsorships
Past Directors
Bre House

Bre House

Koble Systems
Rodeo Secretary
Western Experience
Lisa Hawkins

Lisa Hawkins

Gateway Materials & Trailers
L. Roundup Classic
Local Barrels
Spring Tune-Up
Travis Polek

Travis Polek

Lewiston Orchard Irrigation District
Executive At-Large
Special Events
Bill Jenkins

Bill Jenkins

Lewiston Fire Department
Executive At-Large
Dance/Music Entertainment
Ketch Pen
Visiting Director Liaison
Chance Jefferys

Chance Jeffreys

Idaho Forest Group
Executive At-Large
Willie Deibel

Willie Deibel

Twin River Bank
National Sponsors
Marketing & Advertising
Website/Social Media
Public Relations
Jamie Canning

Jamie Canning

Dan Centenari

Dan Centenari, Sr.

Eye Care Specialists
Capital Improvements
Outside Vendors
Long Range Planning
Laci Peer

Layci Peer

Chicks N' Chaps
Corporate Tent
John Hilderbrand

John Hilderbrand

Asotin County Sheriff
Chris Suebert

Chris Seubert

Asotin County Commissioner
Ketch Pen Rodeo Hospitality
Nikki Johnston

Nikki Johnston

Inland Cellular
Gold Buckle Club
Cowboy Hospitality
Mike Thompson

Mike Thompson

United Rentals Power Division
Concessions Committee
Outside Vendors Committee
Cameron Kirk

Cameron Kirk

Mutton Bustin
Western Extravaganza
Tim Nielson

Tim Nielson


Shelly O'Connell, DVM

Lewiston Veterinary Clinic
Animal Welfare/Humane Issues 
Grand Entry

Shirley Allman

Nez Perce Tribal Executive Committee
Horseman's Ball

Sandy Belmondo

Crystal George Office Manager

Crystal George

Office Manager