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Annual rodeo wrangles money for WPJA

August 21, 2013

Jade Smith, Junior Auxiliary finance chairman, accepts a check from Johnny Littlefield, West Point fire chief, Tuesday at the fire station on Brame Avenue. The fire department contributed $4,500 to the auxiliary from the annual rodeo. They are pictured with Kerrie Blissard, deputy director of West Point Clay County Emergency Management and Luke Lummus, supervisor. (Photo by Kate Moser, DTL)

The Junior Auxiliary of West Point’s annual rodeo benefit has come and gone, but not before giving back to the community. On Tuesday, Aug. 20, the West Point Fire Department presented the Junior Auxiliary with a check for $4,500 from this year’s event.

The benefit, which is sponsored by Junior Auxiliary, the fire department and Lummus Rodeo Productions, brings people and families to the West Point area for fun and entertainment.

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