Stick horse rodeo, chili feed on tap

Seneca School students are readying their mounts for the first-ever PTA stick horse rodeo coming on Saturday, Feb. 22. Lined up with their ponies are (from left) Jerry Carter, Derrik Rider, Garrett Carniglia, Christopher Gibson, Leonard Radinovich, Elle Rawlins, Kelsey Long and Lacey Elliott. Photo Judith Beaudet Reed

SENECA - The Seneca School Parent-Teacher Association will host a Stick Horse Rodeo and Chili Feed on Saturday, Feb. 22 in the school gym.

The Chili Feed will begin at 4 p.m. followed at 6 by the rodeo, which promises to be fun for kids of all ages.

Events are open to everyone, from preschoolers to adults. For a small entry fee, contestants may try their hands at bronc riding, barrel racing, pole bending, team penning and breakaway roping.

Entry forms need to be mailed in early. For more information, call Seneca School at 542-2542.

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