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Volunteer Opportunity: Camping

Who doesn’t love camping? If you’re interested in camping during the rodeo weekend you will need to reserve a location by May 30th.  The camping spots will change a little bit this year, but the process will be very similar to last year. Camping is on a first come first serve basis with assigned spots. This year all campers will be asked to limit the amount of travel in and out of the camping... read more

Nominate a Veteran

Howdy friends, neighbors and rodeo fans! The Elizabeth Stampede is fast approaching and it’s time to nominate a Military Veteran for the Red, White and Blue Rodeo. The 3 Veterans that are chosen will be recognized on Sunday, June 8thduring the Rodeo.   The Veterans and their family will be our guests for the Red, White and Blue Rodeo on Sunday June 8th. Please take time to Honor our brave men and... read more

Volunteer Opportunity: Tickets

Calling all volunteers! Ticket sales are jumping and we could use your help at our ticket outlet. We’ll be there through June 5th. Then we’ll be out at the arena ticket booth where we also need volunteers. Affordable Upholstery 114 Tabor Street, at the corner of Tabor & Hwy 86, downtown Elizabeth Click here for a map Wednesday through Friday, 11 to 6 Saturdays 11 to 2 Look for more... read more

Not Spam

Nobody wants Spam but everybody wants Stam…pede emails. If you or someone you know misses some Stampede messages, here are possible reasons: The email program on your computer may filter out our messages Your Internet Webmail settings may filter out our messages Your email program or webmail settings may move Stampede emails to a spam or junk email folder We have posted some troubleshooting tips on... read more

Volunteer Opportunity: Guest Services

It’s almost rodeo time again and all our committees are getting ready for the best Elizabeth Stampede yet! We have added a “guest services” component to the Community Relations  Committee and are reaching out to our volunteer base to get involved. Guest Services covers activities like behind-the-chutes tours, the rodeo experience, welcome packets for VIPs, information booth, contestant... read more

Stampede To Read

Shhhhhh.  Hear it?  The low hum of young minds reading all over Elbert County. Five local elementary schools and 1,500 children are participating in our Stampede To Read program. Readers who complete their reading lists over the next four weeks receive a free ticket to the rodeo. Now in its fifth year, Stampede to Read is hosted by the Community Relations Committee and jointly funded by the Rodeo and the ... read more

Mutton Bustin’

It’s Rodeo time again and with that comes the Wonderful Wooly World of Mutton Bustin!!!    We are offering early entry to the Stampede Volunteers with children.  We will hold 3 spots per performance up to May 2nd.  After that date we will fill the spots on a first come first serve basis. This year we will be giving trophies to the participants and a special award to the winner of each performance. ... read more

Stampede History

This week, we publish the 2014 edition of A History of the Elizabeth Stampede. The association’s historian faithfully collects our stories and captures our personalities in this living document. Download and enjoy it... read more

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