The Jennifer Claire Moore Foundation’s 17th Annual Professional Rodeo is August 7, 8 and 9 at The Foley Horse Arena. The rodeo supports Peer Helper programs in over 45 public and private schools in Baldwin County. Your help is needed to make this year’s rodeo a success. Volunteers are needed for planning, poster distribution, Kid’s Zone, Concession Stand, Parking, etc. Come learn more about the various ways you can volunteer on Wednesday, July 9th at 4pm at the Frances Holk-Jones State Farm building in Foley. Whether you want to volunteer for 4 hours or 4 days, we need you! Volunteer and be a part of a great event for a great cause! For more information contact Allison Faircloth, JCMF Executive Director, at 251.971.3633 or at email@example.com.
South Baldwin Regional Medical Center generously presents their Title Sponsorship check to the Jennifer Claire Moore Foundation for another year of Rodeo fun benefiting the Peer Helper Programs in schools across Baldwin County. Pictured from left to right: Carl Jones, Executive Board of Directors Jennifer Claire Moore Foundation; Allison Faircloth, Executive Director; Frances Holk-Jones, President and Co-Founder; Keith Newton, CEO South Baldwin Regional Medical Center; Kim Neal, Director of Marketing & Provider Relations.
Pre-rodeo activities begin nightly at 7:00pm. The Pre-rodeo festivities include “Hometown Heroes” on Thursday night, a tribute to military and emergency services personnel; “Tough enough to wear pink” on Friday night, a national rodeo movement in support of breast cancer awareness; and “School Spirit” on Saturday night, an opportunity for young and old to support Baldwin County schools by wearing their team colors.
The Rodeo begins each night at 8:00pm. Tickets are $12.00 for adults, $6.00 for children ages 4-12 years old, and free for ages 3 and under. Tickets are sold in advance at Summerdale Western Store on Highway 59 in Summerdale and Frances Holk-Jones State Farm Insurance at 315 E. Laurel Avenue in Foley. Tickets are available each night at the gate of the rodeo.
All proceeds benefit the Jennifer Claire Moore Foundation, a nonprofit organization providing training, funding and support of Peer Helper Programs in over 45 public and private schools in Baldwin County impacting the lives of nearly 30,000 youth Pre-K through 12th Grade. The Peer Helper programs empower students to serve as tutors, mentors, mediators and friends to their fellow students, supporting them through academic or personal struggles including preventing bullying, avoiding dropout, leaving destructive relationships, helping new students adjust and much more. Come out and support a great cause while having a great time!
The 2014, 17th Annual Professional Rodeo Sponsorship Opportunities are now available. There was a minor error on the recent mailer so please open to view updated sponsor benefits. This event benefits our Peer Helper Programs across Baldwin County in 46 schools. >> Download the 2014 Rodeo Sponsorship Opportunities
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