Pre-Register for the “Miles for Mammograms Walk” (scroll down)
NEW for 2018 – Register and walk your dog
for an additional $5 – Proceeds to go to Wallowa County Human Society
The Chief Joseph Days Rodeo, Inc. and our sponsors Missy & Geoff Hayward, George and Beth Morris, along with our flag sponsors John & Gail Hillock, and many other supporters are proud to participate in the Tough Enough To Wear Pink (TETWP) Campaign to raise money to support the fight against breast cancer.
This serious disease touches many, many lives each year and continues to trouble all of us as spouses, parents, siblings, and friends deal with its presence and destruction.
While pink is not typically associated with the world of professional rodeo, cowboys, cowgirls, rodeo clowns, bullfighters, announcers, flag girls, and sponsors, will all be decked out in pink to show support during the Thursday night’s performance.
During the Rodeo, there will be raffles and TETWP merchandise for sale. We will also be asking for donations for the TETWP program. The proceeds from this program will be donated to Wallowa Memorial Hospital to help provide free mammograms to the women of Wallowa County.
If you are unable to attend our event and would like to make a donation, please send a check to Chief Joseph Days, P.O. Box 13, Joseph, OR 97846 with TETWP in the memo.
We are striving to make this a huge success!
We look forward to participating in this annual event and hope everyone who attends our Rodeo will help to turn the arena PINK on Thursday night!
Come on out and join our Rodeo family in PINK.
A big THANK YOU to all of the TETWP Sponsors, Supporters, and Volunteers.
We couldn’t have done it without you!!
Pre-Register for the
2018 CJD “Miles for Mammograms Walk”
2018 commemorates the 11th year Chief Joseph Days Rodeo has been involved in the Tough Enough To Wear Pink (TETWP) campaign.
The more of us who walk, the more of us survive. Walk for a world without breast cancer.
Join us in 2018, for the 6th Annual “Miles to Mammogram Walk”, and be one of the millions of walkers nationwide who have made strides to end breast cancer!
Food, drinks and drawings in the Thunder Room immediately following the walk,