People came from near and far to attend the 50th annual LifeScape Benefit Elks Rodeo in Winner.
There were four generations representing each of the families of Vince Hollenbeck, Bill Dillon and Dick Kazda, who along with Harold Jans, founded the Elks Rodeo in 1969. Family members were either working at the rodeo, participating in the rodeo, including mutton busters, or were spectators. The families of these men came from CA, WY, GA, SD, NE & OK to be a part of the history of this rodeo. Bill Dillon also served on the board of directors of Childrens Care Hospital & School, now known as LifeScape. Other spectators attending the rodeo were from AL, FL, India and the Netherlands.
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