Mount a stick horse for Seneca School rodeo action this Saturday

Playing the "cow" for Seneca School's Stick Horse Rodeo is Ross Rawlins. The cowkids (left to right) are Kolton Boethin on Indian, Elle Rawlins on Trigger, and Christopher Gibson on Spotty. Contributed photo

SENECA - The Seneca School PTA invites cowboys and cowgirls of all ages for an evening of family fun at the first-ever Stick Horse Rodeo on Saturday, Feb. 22.

The chili feed will begin at 4 p.m. followed by the rodeo at 6. Five events will be featured: bronc riding, barrel racing, pole bending, team penning, and breakaway roping. An entry fee of $1 per event will be charged for the following age groups: preschool through kindergarten, grades one through three, grades four to six, and grades seven through 12. The adult entry fee is $2 per event.

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