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If you have not paid for your raffle tickets: You will be on the fines list at the next rodeo

Rule change proposals: Turn them into a board member no later July 28th. 

Cowboy Church
Hosted By: Jerrell and Jill Fischer
8:30 On the 29th in the grandstand


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MO - KAN Youth Rodeo Association, Inc.
Purposes & Aims
To maintain order and standards set up by the MO-KAN Youth Rodeo Association amoung members at their functions.  The MO-KAN Youth Rodeo Association is organized exclusively for charitable and eductional purposes. 
To promote youth rodeo on a regional scale and to work toward bringing recognition to this activty for the members of the MO-KAN Youth Rodeo Association.
To promote the highest type of conduct and sportsmanship at the various rodeo's by setting up standards to be met to reach this end.
To keep the Western Heritage alive in America.
To promote humane treatment of animals.
To promote closer relationships among the people interested in this activity and the organization they represent.
To increase and maintain the interest of students in rodeo's and other related functions.
It is the intent of the MO-KAN Youth Rodeo Association to encourage any student to continue in school as a regularly enrolled student, and to improve his or her education. 
Mission Statement:
For the development and enrichment of youth in the sport of Rodeo.

Cowboy's Prayer

Our gracious and heavenly Father, we pause in the midst of this festive occasion, mindful and thoughtful of the guidance that you have given us.


As cowboys and cowgirls, Lord, we don't ask for any special favors, we ask only that you let us compete in this arena, as in life’s arena.  We don't ask to never break a barrier, or to draw a round of steer that's hard to throw, or a chute fighting horse, or a bull that is impossible to ride.  We only ask that you help us to compete as honest as the horses we ride and in a manner as clean and pure as the wind that blows across this great land of ours.


So when we do make that last ride that is inevitable for us all to make, to that place up there, where the grass is green and lush and stirrup high, and the water runs cool, clear, and deep.


You'll tell us as we ride in that our entry fees have been paid.


These things we ask - Amen.