Katie Linderholm, left, and Chloe Ferguson are preparing for a busy weekend at the petting zoo during the 65th Coarsegold Rodeo.
Katie Linderholm, left, and Chloe Ferguson are preparing for a busy weekend at the petting zoo during the 65th Coarsegold Rodeo. Brian Wilkinson Sierra Star
Katie Linderholm, left, and Chloe Ferguson are preparing for a busy weekend at the petting zoo during the 65th Coarsegold Rodeo. Brian Wilkinson Sierra Star

Large crowds expected for this weekend’s Coarsegold Rodeo

May 04, 2017 02:51 PM

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