Missoula Rodeo Clinic
Chicks n Chaps Women's Rodeo Clinic
Chicks n Chaps Women's Rodeo Clinic
Chicks n Chaps Women's Rodeo Clinic
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Our Success Stories


“Thank you for such a wonderful event! It was very fun and touching and I’m glad I got to be a part of it!”

Careen Deckard
Lewiston, ID Chicks n Chaps attendee


“Wow! Great job to everyone involved and thank you all again for all your hard work at this amazing event that benefits local cancer patients in all four surrounding counties!”

Becky Chavez
Lewiston, ID Chicks n Chaps attendee


“Chicks n Chaps are an incredible group of women that stand strong in their faith to bring hope and a cure to breast cancer for all women of all ages. Personally being faced with the word cancer in our own family I see this group as a huge inspiration not only to me but for so many around the world. The All American Cowgirl Chicks would like to stand up and partner up with the Chicks n Chaps to improve quality of life, education, and hope for others to cope with this deadly disease. Please consider this program for your next event or Rodeo. It’s a way to save a precious life and bring the community together to fight hand in hand for a worthy cause. We applaud this inspiring group for their efforts to make this world a better place as well as helping preserve our western heritage! Book them for your next event!”

Trish Lynn
The All American Cowgirl Chicks


Who We Are

We are Chicks n Chaps, western events with a cause. We hold women’s rodeo clinics and fundraisers all over the United States, educating women about the sport of rodeo, promoting the western lifestyle and the sport of rodeo, and giving our proceeds to local community members impacted by the financial, physical, and emotional burdens of breast cancer.

Each year, in more than ten different states, Chicks n Chaps events are held at local rodeos. Bringing communities together to help their own is important to us. Since our inception in 2008, Chicks n Chaps has raised over $1 Million for local families affected by breast cancer!

Want to participate? You can check our events list to look for an event near you! Our Chicks n Chaps events are one heck of a time. Round up for a day of socializing, learning about rodeo, hanging out with cowboys, and of course, helping a great cause. Register now for this year’s event!

Can’t find an event near you?

Let’s do something about that! Chicks n Chaps is rapidly expanding. In less than ten years we have spread all over the United States and the inquiries keep coming. If you would like to start your own Chicks n Chaps event, contact us and we can give you all the tools you need to start an amazing event and raise money for your local community.

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Bunco For Breast Cancer!!

March 31, 2017, 6:00pm - March 31, 2017, 10:00pm

It's Bunco Time!! Get ready to roll the dice again withour ever popular Bunco FUN-raiser!! Every Chick & Chap can play and no experience is required!! 21 & over please. Bonus!!! FOR EVERY CHICK WHO...

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Just hanging with this 2 time world champion at La Fiesta de los Vaqueros Tucson Rodeo with #tucsonchicksnchaps. Can't wait for tomorrow's #chicksnchaps event. #longlivecowgirls #cowboystoo #prettygoodseats ... See MoreSee Less

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Cheryl Hall spent most of her life in the Missoula, MT area, raising her children and working for Community Medical Center. In 2005, she was diagnosed with breast cancer and underwent a double mastectomy and chemotherapy, which sent her cancer into remission.
In 2007, Cheryl and her family moved to Billings, MT where she began working at The Billings Clinic. Unfortunately, in 2014, her cancer returned and metastasized throughout her body. Cheryl again underwent several rounds of chemotherapy and experimental drugs. She continued to work until December 2016, when her cancer forced her to quit. Shortly thereafter, her physicians told her the cancer had advanced so much it could no longer be treated.
Cheryl was surrounded by her two daughters and son, and spent time with close friends in the past couple weeks.
In 2014, Cheryl was nominated by a coworker as a woman who demonstrates “Strong is Beautiful”, because “Cheryl’s strength and beauty comes in her ability to ‘dare to persevere’”. A fighter until the end, Cheryl wanted us to share her story in hopes that it may help someone else going through the same thing.
We were so fortunate to hear this woman’s story through a dear friend of ours, and had the opportunity to help relieve some financial stress for her and her family before she passed away.
Our deepest condolences go to her children, her family and her friends… we know she will be greatly missed.
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