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CMA Staffers Visit Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo
Since the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo began in 1932, more than $400 million has been committed to the youth of Texas. Currently, more than 2,200 students are on Show scholarships, attending more than 80 different Texas colleges and universities. The value of these scholarships is approximately $40 million. Plus, more than 60 local and state-wide educational programs are supported by Show educational program grants. In 2016, the Show will award more than 750 college scholarships to Texas high school seniors.
Photo: Tiffany Kerns, CMA Community Outreach Manager (center), and Brenden Oliver, CMA Membership and Balloting Coordinator, visit with Dan Cheney, Vice President, Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo (l).