Jay Pro Rodeo Tonight, Saturday; Get Free Childrens Tickets From NE

April 30, 2010

jayrodeo.jpgThe 8th Annual Jay Pro Rodeo will be held tonight and Saturday night — rescheduled by last weekend’s rainy weather.

Gates open at 6 p..m. and the rodeo begins at 8 p.m. There will be musical entertainment, plus free moon bounces and activities for the children.  Admission is $10 for adults, $5 for children 2-12 and children under 2 are free. All tickets and fliers will still be good for the new date.

The  Jay Pro Rodeo is sponsored by the Jay Quarterback Club, Jay High SGA, FRIENDS (a community service organization) and the Ted May Arena, located a half mile east of the red light on Highway 4. All proceeds will benefit local youth programs and Relay for Life.

Click here and print the flier and receive one free admission for a child 12 and under with each paying adult, compliments of NorthEscambia.com.

Pictured: The artwork for this year’s Jay Pro Rodeo poster was designed by Jay High School senior Leely Trevino, click to enlarge.


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