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Walking For Cancer Adds Events



The Walking for Cancer Horse Show to be held on Saturday, May 19, 2012, is pleased to announce several new happenings for the show.
                     
There will be four dinners compliments of Bell Buckle Café given to “the trainer” entering the most horses.  Note: this is for an individual trainer, not the barn entering the most horses.

A Pink Bash Cancer Car -$1.00 per swing. Always fun for kids and adults alike!

A 50/50 Drawing at $5.00 per ticket. Someone could take home a nice winning jackpot

Also, don’t forget to call for your rail side parking space.  Spaces are $50.00 each.  Call Rebecca Jones at 931-224-5329 or e-mail her at rjones@first-community.net. Ribbon, trophy, floral horseshoe and class sponsorships still available.  Call Joni Jenne’ at 931-224-3046, or e-mail at jjenne46@att.net.

Remember, ALL the monies raised by the Bedford Cancer Foundation stays in Bedford County to help families devastated by cancer.

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