Tucso ChicksNChaps ClinicTucson Chicks N Chaps Gears Up for Third Annual Rodeo Event

Event supports local breast cancer support services

Each year across the United States, Chicks N Chaps™ events are held at local rodeos across the west. Last year, the organization donated nearly $1 million to community programs. All of the money raised in a host community remains in that community. These events bring together thousands of women (and men!) from all different walks, many of whom have never seen a horse, a cowboy or felt the rush of watching someone ride a two thousand pound animal, to learn about rodeo. Chicks N Chaps™ teaches women how to rope, ride, and have a great country time, all while raising money for breast cancer fighters and survivors.

2016 Rodeo  Clinic

The Tucson Chapter of Chicks n Chaps™ will host its third Women’s Rodeo Clinic on Sunday, Feb. 21 in conjunction with the 91st Annual Fiesta de los Vaqueros Tucson Rodeo. The event will raise funds to benefit breast patients through the Arizona Oncology Foundation.

The registration fee ($65 before Jan. 1, $75 after) includes Breakfast, Clinics, Goodie Bag with T-Shirt, the rodeo and entrance to the rodeo dance immediately following the performance. It will also go towards our contribution to the Arizona Oncology Foundation, helping Tucson breast cancer patients and their families. Registrants also may add a “Partner” participant for $50. Partner participants will not receive a Goodie Bag or T-Shirt.

Register for our Event!

Go to the Registration Page and follow the instructions!

2016 Committee Members are:

  • Mary Davis, Event Chair
  • Beth Dell, Treasurer
  • Brittany Hempel/Barbara Hempel, Arena/Clinics
  • Samantha Bivens, Decorations & Logisticcs
  • Lori Shoulders, Registration
  • Eileen Geraghty, Volunteers
  • Pam Carlson, Jihane Rohrbacker, Silent Auction
  • Katie Moore, Gift Bags
  • Rachel Davis, Marketing & Social Media

5 Responses to Home

  1. Susan Diamond says:

    Is there a telephone number I can call for more information? I think I am a bit too old to participate in the clinic itself, but I would like to participate in an ancillary position.

    • Nobody is too old! Roping Steers and Riding Broncos are not required! Guests walk through the clinics to learn about rodeo events, followed by a champagne brunch and a day on the bleachers watching the show. For more info, call 520-300-1089.

      • Susan Diamond says:

        Thank you for the information. We live in Virginia and will be visiting family during rodeo week. We have tickets for Thursday and the Sunday event caught my interest. You’re never too old for champagne!

  2. Sam says:

    where do the parade participants park the the vehicles

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