Are you as ready as I am for some summer fun rodeo playdays? If you said yes, then you're in luck because Clyde, Second Chance Cowboy Church located at 9005 Texas Highway 36 West, between Abilene and Clyde, Texas is hosting a few summer fun playdays for the entire family.

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As summer continues to heat up, more and more rodeo events are put on hold until the cooler Fall and early Winter months. But not the Second Chance Cowboy Church as they start heating things up with their "Summer Playdays."

The next event on the schedule is slated for Saturday, August 14th, with books opening up at 8:30 AM. The scheduled events for this playday are Poles, Barrel Racing, and Flags. The competitions will be held from 9 AM until about 12 noon.

The competitors will be broken up into separate age groups starting with kids ages 6 and under, 7 to 9 year-olds, 10 to 12 year-olds, 13 to 15 year-olds, 16 to 19 year-olds, and the open class. Everyone is welcomed to compete with the cost being $5 per event, $15 for all three events, and $5 for exhibitions. The payback will be fifty percent and it will all be based on the number of entrants per class.

Stacy Patterson who is assisting the Second Chance Cowboy Church in getting the word out says that "everyone is invited to attend the 'Summer Playdays' and/or their Church services as well." Church services are Sunday mornings from 10:30 AM until 11:30 AM, and on Wednesday evenings from 5:30 PM until 7:30 PM. The Pastor at the Church is Terry Simmons.

If you need more information or would like to sign up early, simply call 325-529-3000. See the Church's event poster posted below for future "Summer Playday" events.

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Photo by: Second Chance Church/Stacy Patterson

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