Come one, come all to the greatest little show this side of Fremont County: Dubois Rodeo Finale

“As we head into the last Dubois Friday Night Rodeo, we are humbled by all the wonderful people from the community and those just passing through who stopped to watch the rodeo. The contestants and animal athletes have put on a great show and we’ve had the best help we could ask for!”

The Dubois Rodeo hopes to see you this Friday in celebration of the end of summer!

Don’t forget to stay and watch the winners of each event receive their buckles. Food & Drinks on location as well as clothing! Come see the Sagebrush Grille, Rustic Tavern, Paradise Shaved Ice, Stitches Embroidery & Olsen’s Western Wear.

Entries are Thursday evening from 7-9:00 pm. Admission is $10, Kids 6-12 $5, 5 and under FREE.

Last Friday, the Tough Enough to Wear Pink Night was a success. They raised some money and took in a few gifts from local businesses.

Dubois Friday Night Rodeo would like to thank them for their sincere donations:

Tukadeka Traders
Water Wheel Gift & Bookstore
Olsen’s Western Store
Opportunity Shop
Stitches
Mary Kaye (who also sang the National Anthem – What a true western voice! Check her out here.

The following three pictures were auctioned off:

  1. Rick of the Ramshorn Gallery donated a photo print in acrylic glass. This was purchased by Rachel Barr from Salt Lake City, a breast cancer survivor.
  2. Pony Tracks Gallery in Dubois donated a framed Western Picture, by Robert Duncan. It was purchased by Mary at the Warm Valley Lodge in Dubois.
  3. Tom Lucas Western Art in Dubois donated a gorgeous framed Buffalo print. It was purchased by the Triangle C Ranch, Chris Cox of Dubois.

The gift basket was donated to a local family suffering from the effects of breast cancer!

Thank you all for what you do and for wearing “Pink” to show your support.

Don’t forget to check out the “Rocking the Winds” celebration this weekend in Crowheart!!

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