If you are looking for a barrel race or just want to support a great cause in memory of a beautiful person please find your way to Negley this weekend at the
The Fifth Annual Susan Rowe Fryer Memorial Cowgirls Barrel Race:
$25.00 Entry/ 70% payback. May run two horses.
(See facebook page for flyer with roping information)
Date: September 22, 2012
Location: Simmons Equestrian Center, Negley Ohio www.simmonsec.com
This year will mark the fifth year for the Susan Rowe Fryer Memorial. The event, which includes Cowgirl barrel racing, Tie down Roping, Cowgirl Breakaway Roping and Team Roping, is held to commemorate Susan Rowe Fryer, who lost her two-year battle with breast cancer in October of 2007. Susan left behind a husband and 2 young boys.
Money made from this event will be donated to the Shirley Bowman Foundation and Mt. Carmel Foundation in Susan’s name. Since 2008, when it all began, over $23,000 has been donated, 100% towards patient care to Mt. Caramel and The Shirley Bowman Foundation.
A BIG Thank You to Rick and Carrie Simmons for their support, along with all the class sponsors, volunteers and past. The event is rodeo format. Dress code long sleeve shirt, jeans and boots, hat optional. Wear PINK! There will be a silent auction, Shorty’s hat raffle and food and drink available for purchase.
There will be a raffle for a Shorty’s 100X hat. Tickets are $10.00 each and are available until the day of the drawing. To purchase your ticket now contact Sarah Rowe: (330) 831-2620.
Check out Susan Rowe Fryer Memorial page for event information on Facebook!
Mount Carmel’s mission is to be the financial steward for companies and individuals who want to participate in supporting excellent medical care and the mission of our outstanding health care organization. Those who contribute know that the Foundation takes seriously its responsibility to see that funds are raised, invested and distributed in a responsible and effective manner. The end result because of your generosity is excellent and compassionate care of the body, mind and spirit, as well as the protection of the health status and health education of our entire community.
The Shirley Bowman Clinic at the OU Cancer Institute Commitment from Shorty Kroger (Shorty’s Caboy Hattery) in memory of her sister, Shirley Bowman, to raise $250,000 to endow a fund to support the Shirley Bowman Nutrition Clinic. Part of the proceeds raised will be donated to the Shirley Bowman Foundation in Susan Rowe Fryer’s name.