Old Fort Days Rodeo 2014
Date: 5/26/2014 Album ID: 1805705
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Kay Rodgers Park, Fort Smith
Jamie Mitchell  Times Record - Wyatt Murray of Stigler entertains the rodeo crowd, Saturday, May 31, 2014, from the Choctaw Casino Stage before the 81st annual Old Fort Days Rodeo at Kay Rodgers Park.
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Jamie Mitchell  Times Record - Riley Murphy, 4, left, and Sarah Murphy, 5, find relief from the heat, Saturday, May 31, 2014, with battery powered fans at the 81st annual Old Fort Days Rodeo at Kay Rodgers Park. The sisters are the daughters of Lora and Rick Murphy of Booneville.
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Jamie Mitchell  Times Record - Jessica Hulsey of Arkoma, gives the boys a run for their money, Saturday, May 31, 2014, riding the mechanical bull before the 81st annual Old Fort Days Rodeo at Kay Rodgers Park.
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Jamie Mitchell  Times Record - Pace Spotts, 4, enjoys a chocolate ice cream cone, Saturday, May 31, 2014, before the 81st annual Old Fort Days Rodeo at Kay Rodgers Park. Pace is the son of Jade and Justin Spotts of Greenbrier.
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Jamie Mitchell  Times Record - Ryan Swayze of Freedom, Oklahoma, slides off his horse to wrestle the steer to the ground, Thursday, May 29, 2014, during the OG&E sponsored Steer Wrestling competition at the Old Fort days Rodeo in Kay Rodgers Park. Swayze scored a time of 4.7 seconds.
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Jamie Mitchell  Times Record - Ted Clemons, River Valley Regional Food Bank director, left, collects canned goods from Aaron Willmon, from left, Brittany Snell, Sierra Jenkins and Dalton Jones, Thursday, May 29, 2014, for the Arkansas CW Feeding Hope Night at the Old Fort Days Rodeo in Kay Rodgers Park. Participants were given $2 off their rodeo admission ticket for their donated canned goods or non-perishable food items. ALL donations went to the River Valley Regional Food Bank. The goal for the night was to collect 5,000 pounds of non-perishable food items. The food will feed 53,000 hungry people among eight local counties, Clemons said.
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Jamie Mitchell  Times Record - Skyler Monks, 5, rides a sheep during the Mutton Bustin' qualifying at the Old Fort Days Rodeo at Kay Rogers Park. Skyler is the daughter of Christina and Kevin Bolin of Roland.
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Jamie Mitchell  Times Record - Skyler Monks, 5, gets ready to ride a sheep during the Mutton Bustin' qualifying at the Old Fort Days Rodeo at Kay Rogers Park. Skyler is the daughter of Christina and Kevin Bolin of Roland.
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