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Rodeo rewards those who helped to make it a success

Pictured clockwise from top left: Julia Lenz, Erin Lenz, Tony Buczek, Lennon Brock, Rylee Herrington and Kylie Johnson  accept the check for the Seminole Singers; Rylee Herrington, Julia Lenz, Lennon Brock, Kylie Johnson, Kaleigh Downing, Addy Eakin, Abbie Helms, Kynia Blake and Cindy Meadows accept the check for Seminole County 4-H; Kale King, Andy Dukes and Dean Burke accept the check for the Seminole County Volunteer Fire Department; Kaleigh Downing and Abbie Helms accept the check for the FFA; Lyndon Touchton accepts the check for Boy Scouts Troop 700; and Drum Major Arabella Touchton accepts the check for the Seminole County
Green Machine Band

Each year following the annual Boots & Roots Rodeo, the Donalsonville-Seminole County Chamber of Commerce contributes to youth-minded organizations in the community, along with other groups, that volunteer to help with the behind-the-scenes tasks during the two-day event.

This year, contributions were made to the Seminole County FFA, 4-H, Boy Scouts Troop 700, Seminole County Band Boosters, Seminole Singers Booster Club, and the Seminole County Volunteer Fire Department 

Sarah Avery, president of the chamber commented, “The Boots & Roots Rodeo is truly a community event.  While it is sponsored by the Donalsonville-Seminole Co. Chamber of Commerce, as you can see by these photos, we at the Chamber get lots of help!  The event also helps boost our local economy and tell other neighboring communities more about us here in Seminole Co.  What it tells them is that we can work and play together in the course of furthering our future together.”

Shown  with each group is Chamber President Sarah Avery and board members LaToya Fennell  and Fred Rudbeck.

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