The Chambers County Sheriff’s Department has announced that they will host the First Annual Chambers County Sheriff’s Special Needs Rodeo on Thursday, May 8 at the Chambers County Agricultural Park here in LaFayette.
Sheriff Sid Lockhart said the rodeo is not an event where the general public can participate, but is for students, teachers and organizations that care for individuals with special needs. The general public is invited to attend and support the event.
The rodeo will include activities such as face painting, a mechanical bull, pony rides, music and more.
Lockhart said that his office will feed all the participants at no cost and that any individuals, churches or organizations that wish to help or volunteer should contact Major Mike Parrish at the Sheriff’s office.
The event will begin at 8 am CST on May 8.The day after the Special Need’s Rodeo, the annual Sheriff’s Rodeo will begin. It will take place on May 9 and 10 at the Chambers County Agricultural Park.