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The 10th annual Western Heritage Days celebration will be held Friday through Sunday, May 3-5, at the Cowboy Fellowship, located at 561 F.M. 3350, between Pleasanton and Jourdanton. Heritage Days events will take place at the new covered facility on-site.

Friday’s events start off with a Cowboy Fellowship Band Concert at 7 p.m. with added attraction Frank Addington Jr., an archery sharpshooter.

Saturday morning the youth have their chance to shine with a youth rodeo beginning at 8 a.m. at the Cowboy Fellowship Covered Arena. Four age groups will compete in four events for prize belt buckles. Grand prize will be a two-horse trailer courtesy of RandiScapes Truck Accessories.

For more information, contact Leeanna Mask at 210-859-9499.

A jackpot bullriding event will begin at 7 p.m. with Hadley Barrett serving as master of ceremonies and the legendary Leon Coffee serving as bullfighter. Riders will compete for prize money and belt buckles.

For more information, contact Kelly Slover at 830-225-3153 or Grace Partin at 210-823-5980.

The final series team-roping event will be held Sunday at the arena.

Other events include a chuck wagon contest and mutton bustin’.

All events during Heritage Days weekend are free and open to the public.

Register for any of these events at www.cowboyfellowship.org.
 

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