El Jebel Family Circus 2009

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Dannika Harris writes, Ladies and Gentelmen, Children of all ages, please welcome back the El Jebel Shrine Circus.

Ladies and Gentelmen, Children of all ages, please welcome back the El Jebel Shrine Circus. Denver hosted the amazing and wonderful El Jebel Shrine Circus this past weekend. WOW, what a show. It might not be the biggest circus, but it is definitely the best. When I first walked in, we were greeted by the most nicest and kindest volunteers you have ever met. They were all so excited to see all the childrens smiling faces. I met a very nice lady named Ruth, and she made sure that everyone knew where they were going. ( If you wanted to know or not ) My favorite part was going on the main stage floor and meeting all Keystone Kops and Shrine Circus Clowns. They all try so hard to make you laugh no matter what your age is. My moms most favorite part was getting me to ride the elephant. Lets just say it was fun, but not my most proudest moment. Ha Ha Ha! It was time for the show to start and what a show it was. There was exotic tigers, amazing aerial displays, cartoon dogs, the globe of death, and the Steeples Wild West Bears. I almost forgot to mention the Guinness World Record Holder, David “The Canonball” Smith who was shot out of the canon to end the show. I have been one of their biggest fans since I was a year old. That is when I got my first surgery at The Shriners Hospital in Salt Lake City, Utah. This is when my family found out how nice and compassionate the Shriners are. If you would like to know more about the Shriners organization go to www.shrinershq.org or www.shrinecircus.com. I would like to give a special Thank You to all the Nobles and Ladies of El Jebel Shriners, The El Jebel Shrine Family Circus, and all the other wonderful sponsors for a great night.