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76th annual Sisters Rodeo saddles up for big crowd


Cowboys and cowgirls will be flocking to the 76th annual Sisters Rodeo, starting Wednesday night with Xtreme Bulls, and that has crews working around the clock to make sure everything goes without a hitch at this weekend’s event.

The rodeo is expecting more than 30,000 visitors this weekend.

Crews are getting ready for the biggest little show in the world as Sisters attracts many from all over the west.

“We’ve been at it for months, we didn’t start just yesterday,” volunteer Diane Prescott said Tuesday.

She said every year, the rodeo continues to grow, as more than 400 participants will be going for the big prizes.

“This is the largest money rodeo in the country this weekend, so they go for the big payout. We get the best of the best,” Prescott said.

Food vendors were also getting ready to sell plenty of food during the rodeo.

Marlene Rose, owner of M.PieR. Catering, expects to sell 300 corn dogs a day and is already getting her pork in the smoker for those pulled pork sandwiches.

“I just love the rodeo, so it’s my love for the rodeo that keeps me coming back,” Rose said.

The rodeo will offer a shuttle at Sisters Elementary School to take the people to and from the event.

Tickets are still on sale for the rodeo, officials expect Saturday to be the busiest day.

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