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When young people have problems, they are far more likely to discuss them with their friends rather than their parents, teachers, ministers or other caregivers.  Social media enables young people to share life-changing events with strangers without ever talking to someone within their own homes. To equip young people to act as a resource to help other youth with the issues they face, the concept of “peer helping” was developed. Peer Helpers are students who are trained to recognize when their peers may have a problem, listen to fellow students confidentially and assist them with emotional, societal, or academic struggles.

The Foundation’s primary fundraiser is the Annual Professional Rodeo, an award-winning Professional Cowboy Association event. This event attracts thousands of fans who cheer on professional cowboys and cowgirls from across the South. All proceeds from the 2018 Rodeo benefit local Peer Helper Programs in schools across Baldwin County.

 

Gates Open at 5:30pm – Rodeo Action at 8:00pm

6:00pm Kids Zone Activities included with Rodeo Admission
Kids Zone activities include face painting, tattoos, bouncy house, inflatable obstacle course and games!

Horseback Rides Thursday & Friday compliments of Oak Hollow Farms from 7:00 – 7:45pm

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