If you have able hands, we want your help. Whether it's at the arena, during rodeo, or making sure folks know how to get involved, we need you. And so does your community.
As time marches on, we tend to forget
our traditions, and every once in a while
they need a little boost to keep them going. Here's a little history about the beginning of the Williamson County Sheriff’s Posse.
Greetings to everyone! As the Captain Elect I have been placed in office early due to the vacancy of the last captain. So let's start this off with an introduction.
My name is Chris Mattice. Many of you already know me and my family: my wife, Crystal, and my four children, Courtney, Wesley, Jessica and Cooper. We have been involved with the Williamson County Sheriff's Posse since 2009. We currently own Texas Amateur Rodeo Association ("TARA") and have had many experiences with CPRA, WPRA, NBHA, as well as high school and college rodeos.
As Captain, my goals for this year are simple:
All that being said, this requires participation from everyone. The Board of Directors and I will give it our best. We welcome your participation and your best too.
As a non-profit organization we strive to be an integral part of the community and provide activities and services related to our deep western heritage.
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