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Kimberly Middle School Student Qualifies to Compete at World’s Largest JR High Rodeo

Vernon Adams, a 7th-grade student at Kimberly Middle School has earned the honor of representing the state of Idaho, and District 6 at the National Jr High Rodeo Finals.

The Finals will be in Lebanon Tennessee from june 18-24th.  Vernon Adams will be participating in the Bull Riding competition.

The NJHFR is the world’s largest junior high rodeo, featuring more than $80,000 in prizes and more than $200,000 in college scholarships.

If you want to watch and cheer for Vernon, broadcasts of the event will air on RDF-TV and online at NHSRATV.com.  Performance times are 7pm on June 18, and 9am & 7pm each day thereafter.

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