Community Living

April 23, 2014

Six entered in Rodeo Ambassador, Junior Ambassador event

— Four Ambassador candidates and two Junior Ambassador candidates are busy selling tickets for the 75th Chickasha Rodeo, June 26 - 27, according to Nancy Smith and Lisa Wenzel, co-chairs of the contest which is sponsored by the Chickasha Rodeo Foundation.

Ambassador contestants (ages 9 - 21) include: Avery Koehler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Troy Koehler, Tuttle; Esperonza Garcia, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gerardo Garcia, Ninnekah; Cassie Clark, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Clark, Noble; and Taylor Schultz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Schultz.

Jr. Ambassador contestants (ages 8 - under) include: Shelbie Caveness, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clay Caveness, Chickasha; and Tatum Williams, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Williams, Rush Springs.

The contestants are qualified riders, some have taken part in 4-H, FFA, and other riding and livestock showmanship activities. Their hobbies are diversified and include writing books and short stories, singing, helping with farm work, riding 4-wheelers, swimming and enjoy their families and friends.

The Ambassador and Jr. Ambassador will be crowned at the Saturday night rodeo, June 27th, at the Grady County Fairgrounds.

For more information about the 75th Anniversary Chickasha Rodeo call 405-274-6800 or 405-779-3794.

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