The New Year was welcomed east of the Cascades with bingo, bulls, and dancing...and hopes for good luck in 2014.
Good luck charms were out in full force for bingo at the Klamath Basin Senior Center.
Nicole Hammond had hopes of hitting a big jackpot...
"A thousand dollar blackout. One of them. I won't be greedy."
Nearly 200 people were vying for bingo payouts of around ten thousand dollars.
Not far away, the Klamath Tribes hosted a sobriety round dance, with traditional songs and dances.
Emcee Carlos Calica says he feels lucky to be taking part...
"Actually, alcohol and drug-free. This is where I'd like to be, praying and helping other people, and helping the community."
The Klamath County Fairgrounds Event Center was packed for 'Bullmania'.
Bull Rider Brandon Stackhouse was hoping for a lucky ride...
"It's what I love to do, and there's a lot of money added - good bulls, best bulls around."