A cowboy competes in the saddle bronc competition during a past Cattle Call Rodeo in Brawley. In 2020, the rodeo was held to keep the rodeo’s long tradition going but was organized without spectators following COVID-19 safety guidelines from the state and from the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association. Instead, last year’s rodeo was livestreamed. This year, in line with current safety protocols, spectators will be able to attend Cattle Call, which is now in its 65th year.
Photo provided by the Cattle Call Rodeo Committee.
If there ever was a question of just how important Cattle Call Rodeo is to the Imperial Valley, the 2020 rodeo held amid the COVID-19 shutdowns provided proof that from its very beginning 64 years ago, Cattle Call has not only been a celebration of community, but it has also been lifted-up by that very same community.
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