Jennifer Moore Foundation Rodeo is Aug. 2-4 in Foley
The 2st Annual Jennifer Claire Moore Foundation Professional Rodeo will be held Aug. 2-4 at the City of Foley Horse Arena (113 East Rosetta Ave.). The rodeo features exciting events such as bull riding, barrel racing, bareback riding, calf roping, team roping, steer wrestling and break away roping.
The Rodeo kicks off each night at 8 p.m. with free children’s activities beginning nightly at 6 p.m. Gates open at 5:30 p.m., and horseback rides will be available on Thursday & Friday compliments of Oak Hollow Farms from 7 – 7:45p.m. Limited $35 reserved seating includes a seat cushion. There are also $15 adults and $8 children (3 – 12) options. Children 2 and under are admitted free.Tickets will be available each night at the gate. Visit peerhelpers.org, follow on Facebook or call 251-971-3633 for info.
All proceeds benefit the Jennifer Claire Moore Foundation, a nonprofit organization that provides training, funding and support to 50 Peer Helper Programs in public and private schools across Baldwin County impacting the lives of children pre-k through 12 grade facing academic or personal struggles. Pre-rodeo festivities in conjunction with the rodeo at the Foley Horse Arena included The Queens’ Horsemanship Contest and the crowning of the queens.
Pictured: Snook Christian Academy presented their Positive Impact Sponsor check for the rodeo. (l to r) Matt Fetner, JCMF Board Member; Allison Faircloth, Executive Director; Grayson Moore, President; Thad Butts, Principal Snook Christian Academy; Frances Holk-Jones, Co-Founder of the Jennifer Claire Moore Foundation; Carl Jones, JCMF Board Member; and Lindsay Neumann Schumacher, JCMF Board Member; (Below) 2018 JCMF Princess is Miss Blakely Woodruff. She is the 12-year old daughter of Josh & Tamara Woodruff of Silverhill, Alabama. Blakely’s hobbies include barrel racing, softball and spending time with her family and friends. She attends Central Baldwin Middle and is entering the 8th grade. 2018 JCMF Queen is Miss Lydia Peace. She is the 14- year old daughter of Fred & Juanita Peace of Foley, Alabama. Lydia’s hobbies include spending time with her horses and hanging out in the barn. She will be a freshman at Foley High School; 2018 Senior Queen is Miss Kelsi Monroe. She is the 22 year old daughter of Dough & Lynette Monroe of Robertsdale, Alabama. Kelsi enjoys being a cowgirl & a ranch hand and plans to own a training ranch in Texas in the future.