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Playhouse winner can put kids in jail, at home

 

Some lucky child will receive this jail-like playhouse in a drawing at the Ridge Rider Junior Rodeo this weekend. The playhouse, built as a jail, was created by Dustin Carson, an employee of the construction firm. It took Carson about three weeks, during down time, to build the structure. He is shown here with his children, Kelton on the left, and Jaxson. Tickets, $1 each, are on sale at Loepp Furniture. The playhouse is on display in front of the store. The rodeo is free to attend. - Roger S. Lucas photo

There's still time to purchase tickets for the Ridge Rider "Playhouse" drawing on the final day of the Junior Rodeo, at the Delano rodeo grounds, July 14-16.

The playhouse, designed like a miniature jail, is parked in front of Loepp Furniture and was constructed by DWK Fowler Construction.

Ridge Rider officials stated the drawing will be held for the playhouse Sunday afternoon, on the final day of the three-day rodeo event.

Tickets for the drawing are still available and are being sold at Loepp Furniture, $1 each.

The action at the Junior Rodeo begins Friday evening, July 14, at 6 p.m.

Action on the weekend, both Saturday and Sunday, begins at 10 a.m.

There is no charge to attend because Ridge Riders have stated admission is free. The event is sanctioned by the Caribou Trail Junior Rodeo Association. There will be concessions available.

All-round awards are planned, and there will be cash awards for the top three winners in each event.

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