Sigma 'Nu' Year Bull Bash coming soon
Members of the Sigma Nu Chapter of Epsilon Sigma Alpha, a philanthropic organization, are partnering with Duncan Regional Hospital for the third annual Sigma “Nu” Year Bull Bash set to take place Saturday, Jan. 5 at 7:30 p.m. at the Stephens County Fairgrounds. The doors of the fairgrounds are set to open at 6 p.m. Duncan Regional Hospital will serve as the presenting sponsor.
The ladies of ESA Sigma Nu are working to produce the bull riding to raise funds for all of the organizations Sigma Nu gives back to each year.
“Our girls are excited to get to work and raise money for our philanthropic projects,” said Kelly Sellers, president of Sigma Nu sorority.
ESA Sigma Nu members want to provide Stephens County with a family fun event that can be enjoyed by all, Sigma Nu vice president, Monica Baker, said.
“We invite everyone to come out and grab a snack and catch a great show for some great causes,” Sellers said. “Doors will open at 6:00 p.m., but the chutes will open at 7:30 p.m.”
Members of the ESA Sigma Nu sorority raise funds for several philanthropic events annually. Marlow Samaritans, senior citizens, the Stephens County Humane Society, Beautiful Day, CASA, Duncan Regional Hospital Foundation, Relay for Life, and scholarships awarded to high school seniors are a few of the recipients of the funds raised throughout the year. A reflection of their passion to give is stated in their motto. “Among its other benefits, giving liberates the soul of the giver.”
All proceeds from the bull event will go to the sisters of ESA Sigma Nu to distribute to other organizations. Tickets can be purchased at Tangles Salon in Marlow, Okla., Camelback Corner Convenience Store and Smokehouse in Duncan, Okla. and Crutcher’s Western Wear in Duncan, Okla.
Free entrance for one child under the age of 12 can be redeemed with the purchase of one adult ticket. Advanced tickets are $10, and tickets are $12 at the door.
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