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2011 Black Tie Calf Fry

Jo Chytka
Hemingford, Neb.

The annual Black Tie Calf Fry fundraiser for the Chadron State College Rodeo Team held Feb. 19, 2011, had a very nice turnout with approximately 250 people attending to show their support. They bid on items available during both the live and silent auctions.

Darrell Kraupie, of Kraupie’s Real Estate and Auctioneers from Bridgeport, Neb., was the auctioneer along with his son, Jake calling bids. Darrell kept up a lively pace as the rodeo team members displayed the items donated to be sold.

Total money earned from the event was $11,196. The money will help the rodeo team be a success again this year.

The event again kicked off the spring rodeo season for the CSC rodeo team as they look forward to the first rodeo in the Central Rocky Mountain Region. There are five rodeos remaining before the finals. Rodeos are scheduled for:

– March 18-20: Gillette College Rodeo at Gillette, Wyo.

– March 25-27: Eastern Wyoming College Rodeo at Torrington, Wyo.

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– April 1-3: Colorado State University Rodeo at Fort Collins, Colo.

– April 15-17: Casper College Rodeo at Casper, Wyo.

– April 29-May 1: University of Wyoming Rodeo at Laramie, Wyo.

Chadron State College Rodeo Coach Dustin Luper said “I am really glad the community comes together and supports these kids the way they do. It is so true what Don Ruleaux, (CSC art instructor and supporter of the team by donation of his artwork) said at the auction, these kids don’t have someone paying all their expenses like other athletes do, the community and college needs to support them.” The support this year was amazing, shown by the amount earned: $11,196.

The annual Black Tie Calf Fry fundraiser for the Chadron State College Rodeo Team held Feb. 19, 2011, had a very nice turnout with approximately 250 people attending to show their support. They bid on items available during both the live and silent auctions.

Darrell Kraupie, of Kraupie’s Real Estate and Auctioneers from Bridgeport, Neb., was the auctioneer along with his son, Jake calling bids. Darrell kept up a lively pace as the rodeo team members displayed the items donated to be sold.

Total money earned from the event was $11,196. The money will help the rodeo team be a success again this year.

The event again kicked off the spring rodeo season for the CSC rodeo team as they look forward to the first rodeo in the Central Rocky Mountain Region. There are five rodeos remaining before the finals. Rodeos are scheduled for:

– March 18-20: Gillette College Rodeo at Gillette, Wyo.

– March 25-27: Eastern Wyoming College Rodeo at Torrington, Wyo.

– April 1-3: Colorado State University Rodeo at Fort Collins, Colo.

– April 15-17: Casper College Rodeo at Casper, Wyo.

– April 29-May 1: University of Wyoming Rodeo at Laramie, Wyo.

Chadron State College Rodeo Coach Dustin Luper said “I am really glad the community comes together and supports these kids the way they do. It is so true what Don Ruleaux, (CSC art instructor and supporter of the team by donation of his artwork) said at the auction, these kids don’t have someone paying all their expenses like other athletes do, the community and college needs to support them.” The support this year was amazing, shown by the amount earned: $11,196.

The annual Black Tie Calf Fry fundraiser for the Chadron State College Rodeo Team held Feb. 19, 2011, had a very nice turnout with approximately 250 people attending to show their support. They bid on items available during both the live and silent auctions.

Darrell Kraupie, of Kraupie’s Real Estate and Auctioneers from Bridgeport, Neb., was the auctioneer along with his son, Jake calling bids. Darrell kept up a lively pace as the rodeo team members displayed the items donated to be sold.

Total money earned from the event was $11,196. The money will help the rodeo team be a success again this year.

The event again kicked off the spring rodeo season for the CSC rodeo team as they look forward to the first rodeo in the Central Rocky Mountain Region. There are five rodeos remaining before the finals. Rodeos are scheduled for:

– March 18-20: Gillette College Rodeo at Gillette, Wyo.

– March 25-27: Eastern Wyoming College Rodeo at Torrington, Wyo.

– April 1-3: Colorado State University Rodeo at Fort Collins, Colo.

– April 15-17: Casper College Rodeo at Casper, Wyo.

– April 29-May 1: University of Wyoming Rodeo at Laramie, Wyo.

Chadron State College Rodeo Coach Dustin Luper said “I am really glad the community comes together and supports these kids the way they do. It is so true what Don Ruleaux, (CSC art instructor and supporter of the team by donation of his artwork) said at the auction, these kids don’t have someone paying all their expenses like other athletes do, the community and college needs to support them.” The support this year was amazing, shown by the amount earned: $11,196.

The annual Black Tie Calf Fry fundraiser for the Chadron State College Rodeo Team held Feb. 19, 2011, had a very nice turnout with approximately 250 people attending to show their support. They bid on items available during both the live and silent auctions.

Darrell Kraupie, of Kraupie’s Real Estate and Auctioneers from Bridgeport, Neb., was the auctioneer along with his son, Jake calling bids. Darrell kept up a lively pace as the rodeo team members displayed the items donated to be sold.

Total money earned from the event was $11,196. The money will help the rodeo team be a success again this year.

The event again kicked off the spring rodeo season for the CSC rodeo team as they look forward to the first rodeo in the Central Rocky Mountain Region. There are five rodeos remaining before the finals. Rodeos are scheduled for:

– March 18-20: Gillette College Rodeo at Gillette, Wyo.

– March 25-27: Eastern Wyoming College Rodeo at Torrington, Wyo.

– April 1-3: Colorado State University Rodeo at Fort Collins, Colo.

– April 15-17: Casper College Rodeo at Casper, Wyo.

– April 29-May 1: University of Wyoming Rodeo at Laramie, Wyo.

Chadron State College Rodeo Coach Dustin Luper said “I am really glad the community comes together and supports these kids the way they do. It is so true what Don Ruleaux, (CSC art instructor and supporter of the team by donation of his artwork) said at the auction, these kids don’t have someone paying all their expenses like other athletes do, the community and college needs to support them.” The support this year was amazing, shown by the amount earned: $11,196.

The annual Black Tie Calf Fry fundraiser for the Chadron State College Rodeo Team held Feb. 19, 2011, had a very nice turnout with approximately 250 people attending to show their support. They bid on items available during both the live and silent auctions.

Darrell Kraupie, of Kraupie’s Real Estate and Auctioneers from Bridgeport, Neb., was the auctioneer along with his son, Jake calling bids. Darrell kept up a lively pace as the rodeo team members displayed the items donated to be sold.

Total money earned from the event was $11,196. The money will help the rodeo team be a success again this year.

The event again kicked off the spring rodeo season for the CSC rodeo team as they look forward to the first rodeo in the Central Rocky Mountain Region. There are five rodeos remaining before the finals. Rodeos are scheduled for:

– March 18-20: Gillette College Rodeo at Gillette, Wyo.

– March 25-27: Eastern Wyoming College Rodeo at Torrington, Wyo.

– April 1-3: Colorado State University Rodeo at Fort Collins, Colo.

– April 15-17: Casper College Rodeo at Casper, Wyo.

– April 29-May 1: University of Wyoming Rodeo at Laramie, Wyo.

Chadron State College Rodeo Coach Dustin Luper said “I am really glad the community comes together and supports these kids the way they do. It is so true what Don Ruleaux, (CSC art instructor and supporter of the team by donation of his artwork) said at the auction, these kids don’t have someone paying all their expenses like other athletes do, the community and college needs to support them.” The support this year was amazing, shown by the amount earned: $11,196.