Blue Mountain Community College Rodeo Boosters Hit a Fundraising High, Present $20,000 Check for Scholarships

Blue Mountain Community College Rodeo Boosters Break Fundraising Record, Present $20,000 Check for Scholarships

Last Updated on May 3, 2024 by Jordan Monaco

Blue Mountain Community College (BMCC) Rodeo Boosters have once again demonstrated their unwavering commitment to supporting the next generation of rodeo athletes through their recent fundraising efforts. With tremendous support from the local community, the BMCC Rodeo Boosters exceeded expectations this year by raising a record $20,000 for scholarships.

The highlight of their fundraising calendar is the annual hometown rodeo event hosted by the BMCC Rodeo Boosters, which serves as the NW Region Finals for the Blue Mountain Rodeo team. This event is a celebration of talent, determination, and community spirit as riders showcase their skills before heading to Casper for the College Finals.

During the thrilling rodeo event, a symbolic moment unfolded as the BMCC Rodeo Boosters presented a generous $20,000 check to Blue Mountain Community College. These funds directly contribute to the success of the rodeo program, supporting essential needs such as purchasing equipment like tractors, covering travel expenses to Casper, and providing additional scholarships and tuition assistance to team members.

“This year’s fundraising success is a testament to the dedication and passion of our community,” said Rebecca Manning, President of the BMCC Rodeo Boosters. “We are thrilled to be able to provide this level of support to our talented rodeo athletes, helping them pursue their dreams while representing Blue Mountain Community College on a national stage.”

The impact of these funds extends far beyond the rodeo arena, empowering students to excel academically and athletically while fostering a sense of pride and belonging within the BMCC community. As the tradition of excellence continues, the BMCC Rodeo Boosters remain committed to investing in the future of rodeo and higher education.

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