Ropin’ Dreams cowgirls up; Stanton girl honored at Stock Hills Rodeo

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Tatum from Staton was selected by Ropin’ Dreams to be honored Thursday at the Sand Hills Stock Show & Rodeo. She is 9 years old and has cerebral palsy.

Ropin’ Dreams has been helping kids for 18 years. They outfit each kid with the rodeo fixin’ – a hat, bandana, boots, belt, buckle, and whatever he or she feels like getting before the show.

Ropin’ Dreams says they’ve made one thousand dreams come true. Today, they can chalk up one more.

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