Bright lights will be shining at the oldest consecutive rodeo in Kansas.
Likewise, this is one of the longest running professional rodeos in the world, and, as importantly, has the most unique heritage in the sport of rodeo.
It’s the 77th annual Flint Hills Rodeo Thursday, Friday and Saturday, June 5-6-7, beginning each evening at 8 o’clock, in the historic rodeo arena at the north edge of Strong City, Kansas, announced Jason Lewis, rancher and president of the Flint Hills Rodeo Association. Continue reading →
“The best way to remember is with a souvenir.”
Everybody knows that, and the most memorable times for many is when they go to the rodeo.
“Officials of the Flint Hills Rodeo Association know that, too, and in nearly 77 years of annual rodeo action, there have been plenty of souvenirs from our annual rodeo at Strong City,” according to Jason Lewis, president of the “oldest consecutive rodeo in Kansas.” Continue reading →
Ranching is the main profession in Chase County, which is the only Kansas county that lies entirely within the Flint Hills.
Thus, most appropriate that ten Chase County ranches were recognized at the recent 75th anniversary Flint Hills Rodeo in Strong City. Continue reading →