3rd Annual Kyle Snider ‘Ride to Remember’ Bull Riding Slated for June 14

We invite you to the 3rd Annual Kyle Snider ‘Ride to Remember’ on Friday, June 14th.  Come out to the Oologah Round Up Club at 7:30pm and help raise money for a wonderful cause. All proceeds will benefit the Hicks and Snider families.  It is a non-profit event that will include a silent auction, smoked BBQ, mechanical bull, Super Ice LLC, Anchor’d Hart Jewelry, and an evening of mutton bustin’, steer riding, and bull riding.

The Kyle Snider ‘Ride to Remember’ bull ride is a memorial to remember a local cowboy’s life. The event first began to raise money for his family. This year, the Snider family wants to give back to the community that has supported them from the start. They have selected another local family in need to bless with a percentage of the contributions made.

Admission to the event is $10 for adults, kids ages 4 and up are $5, and kids 3 and under are FREE.

Want to donate or sponsor?

Your sponsorship will help ensure the success of the Kyle Snider ‘Ride to Remember’. The announcer will thank all who helped build this event throughout the evening. Please do not hesitate to contact Jennifer with any questions or concerns.

The goal is to be able to connect with the town while celebrating a life cut short.

For questions or to donate/sponsor, please contact Jennifer at 918-694-5575.

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