Rodeo in Foley this weekend!

Professional cowboys and cowgirls from cities around the country are in Foley for the Jennifer Claire Moore Foundation Professional Rodeo! Frances Holk-Jones tells Cherish Lombard there are eight events each night of the rodeo and each night starts at 7:00 with pre-rodeo activities. The schedule is as follows:

Thursday, August 7 
“Hometown Heroes” Night – A tribute to our local heroes including all military and emergency service personnel. All service personnel are encouraged to wear their service memorabilia and will be recognized in the stands during the pre-rodeo festivities. Each hero can show his/her service ID or badge for free admission.

Pre-rodeo activities for children in the Kids Zone – Face painting, tattoos, bouncy house, inflatable obstacle course and games! Free Horseback Rides compliments of Oak Hollow Farms from 7:00 – 7:45pm.

8:00 pm – Rodeo   (pay at gate – $12.00 adult, $6.00 children 4-12, age three and under free)

Friday, August 8
“Tough Enough To Wear Pink” Night – Rodeo contestants wearing pink in honor of breast cancer survivors and research. To align with the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association in one of their greatest commitments, audience members will join the contestants in wearing pink for breast cancer awareness.

Pre-rodeo activities for children in the Kids Zone – Face painting, tattoos, bouncy house, inflatable obstacle course and games! Free Horseback Rides compliments of Oak Hollow Farms from 7:00 – 7:45pm.

8:00 pm – Rodeo   (pay at gate – $12.00 adult, $6.00 children 4-12, age three and under free)

Saturday, August 9
10:00am
- Barrel Race, Foley Horse Arena  (free, open to public)

“School Spirit” Night - Opportunity for young and old to support Baldwin County schools by wearing their team colors. Many different schools will be represented by audience members, showing their participation in this unified approach to peer support!

Pre-rodeo activities for children in the Kids Zone – Face painting, tattoos, bouncy house, inflatable obstacle course and games.

8:00 pm – Rodeo   (pay at gate – $12.00 adult, $6.00 children 4-12, age three and under free)

Proceeds benefit the Jennifer Claire Moore Foundation, a nonprofit that provides training, funding and support for peer-to-peer programs in Baldwin County public elementary, intermediate, middle, high schools and three private school systems. The Peer Helper program is a certified curriculum taught by trained teachers and counselors who prepare their students to become mentors, tutors, mediators and friends to their fellow students. Peer Helpers assist other young people in coping with both academic and social pressures of day-to-day life.

For More Information, please visit jennifermoorefoundation.com or call 251.971.3633.

 

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