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Bust some mutton at the Santa Maria Elks Rodeo
By AMY ASMAN
Calling all future rodeo kings and queens: The Santa Maria Elks Rodeo is now accepting applications for its annual Mutton Bustin’ event, which will be held June 4 through 6. Entries are being accepted through April 1.
According to a press release from the Elks Rodeo, the event is open to children ages 5 to 7, weighing less than 60 pounds. Rodeo officials will hold a drawing on April 3 to determine the 80 children who will get to mount a wooly steed. Applicants need not be present to be selected. Rodeo officials will contact the parents of the children selected with more information about registration and the $25 registration fee.
Applications are available at all local branches of the Coast Hills Federal Credit Union.
Contact the rodeo office at 925-4125 for more information.
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