Tiny the cow

On March 28, TINY will be released at 1 p.m. in a pre-marked area at the Stephens County Fair & Expo Center in Duncan.  Official line judges will be on hand to witness the “plop”.  The square that has the majority of the plop will be declared the winning ticket holder.  If there is “no plop” by 4 o’clock, then all sold ticket will be put in for a random drawing.  This event is open to anyone 18 years and older.

Who doesn’t want to win $1000 at Cow Patty Bingo?!  Don’t worry, you don’t have to be present to win and you sure don’t have to “touch anything”! 

CTAC is proud to announce that “TINY” will be the cow of the day.  Owners Emaleigh and Dede Parks have been gracious enough to let CTAC use their cow on March 28.

On March 28, TINY will be released at 1 p.m. in a pre-marked area at the Stephens County Fair & Expo Center in Duncan.  Official line judges will be on hand to witness the “plop”.  The square that has the majority of the plop will be declared the winning ticket holder.  If there is “no plop” by 4 o’clock, then all sold ticket will be put in for a random drawing.  This event is open to anyone 18 years and older.

The Chisholm Trail Arts Council’s board of directors are selling $10 tickets for a chance to win $1000.  “We think that this is a fun and different way to raise money for our organization.  Over the past years, funding for the arts has become increasingly harder for many organizations across the state.  The goal is to raise money to help with programming and overhead expenses of the arts council.  Programs include: Arts Explosion, CTAC Live Concert Series, Art Education in Schools, and the CTAC Art Gallery.”

For more Cow Patty Bingo ticket information, please call the CTAC office at 580-252-4160.

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