Rodeo Rednecks 4-H Club raises money for kids

Although final figures were not available as of press-time, it appears a significant amount of money was raised

Jenny Jim of Little Fort leans into the turn as she takes part in a pole bending competition during a gymkhana held last Sunday in Clearwater.

Jenny Jim of Little Fort leans into the turn as she takes part in a pole bending competition during a gymkhana held last Sunday in Clearwater.

A gymkhana held Sunday, Aug. 17 to benefit the children of Angila Wilson was a great success, organizers report.

 

MackenzieRossAlthough final figures were not available as of press-time, it appears a significant amount of money was raised through the gymkhana and a silent auction that was held at the same time.

The three children were left motherless following a domestic dispute in Clearwater last May.

 

The fundraising event was held at the Noble Quarter Horse Ranch in Sunshine Valley.

 

It was organized by Rodeo Rednecks 4-H Club with participants from Clearwater, Little Fort and Barriere.

Results of the gymkhana were: junior high point, Mackenzie Ross;MiaThompson junior runner up, Hannah Kershaw; senior high point, Tarryn Munson; senior runner-up, Jenny Jim; Jack Benny high point, Judy Lestander; Jack Benny runner up, Suzie Reid; sportsmanship, Jelisa Ralco, Chelsey Fischer and Suzie Reid.

Judy Lestander