Ropin’ for a Reason

Cooper Coleman, Ross Coleman, and number 12 winners Culley Roberts, Dillon Hilton and Cruse Coleman. (Photos courtesy Amy Coleman)

By Judy Wade

Team ropers love the competition, the camaraderie and, of course, the cash. However, they are always eager to help a good cause.

Saturday, June 25, Ross Coleman produced his sixth annual heading and heeling at the Lee Arena in Henrietta benefiting someone in need.

T-shirts with Ropin’ for a Reason and the pink breast cancer symbol on the front and an American flag on the back were sold, with all proceeds going to Georganne Wimberley, who is battling cancer. T-shirts were donated by SAY i WON ’T and Ranch Swag.

Coleman, retired bull rider and member of the Professional Bull Riders Ring of Honor, has been helping those in need for many years.

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