3rd Annual "Spooktacular Bull Bash" in Cherokee County
POSTED: Tuesday, October 30, 2012 - 9:30pm
UPDATED: Tuesday, October 30, 2012 - 9:49pm
Tyler,TX — Champion Bull Riding is coming to Cherokee County.
Jacksonville Auto Glass and Rolling Dyess Bucking Bulls presents their Bull Bash at Lon Morris College Rodeo Arena.
"We are excited about the future, we are excited about the past, we've been doing some great things for our community, bringing this in, lots of people love CBR bull riding," says Debbie Dyess, Director of Bull Bash.
It will be an evening of entertainment, Mini Bulls, Mutton Bustin, Mascot Races and a Greased Pig Chase.
Tickets are $10, $5 for students, five and under is free, and box seating is available.
"We donate all of our proceeds to agriculture programs and scholarships," says Debbie Dyess, Director of Bull Bash.
Debbie Dyess, Director of Bull Bash tells KETK, the Bull Bash is for the community and for agriculture.
"We are hoping that our bull bash will be the super bowl of agriculture, we are working hard for that," says Debbie Dyess, Director of Bull Bash.
There will be activities for kids, music, and a farmer's market at 3p.m.
Cherokee County Marine Corp will open the ceremony with prayer at 6p.m.
Rodeos have filled Lon Morris College Arena for 50 years, and with the closing of Lon Morris, it
it has affected the community.
"It's a community tradition and it's sad if it goes because there's a lot of tradition and a lot of history has been made right here at this rodeo," Stephen Hutson, Marine Corp League Det:#1381
"We want the people to feel like they can come enjoy, put smiles on people's faces, and develop many memories," says Debbie Dyess, Director of Bull Bash.
We'll see you at the rodeo.
November 3, at 6 p.m.
Farmer's Market at 3 p.m.
Lon Morris College Arena-Jacksonville, TX
For more information about "Spooktacular Bull Bash" you can contact Debbie Dyess, Director of Bull Bash (909) 721-0678.