Cattlemen’s RoundUp will appeal to ranchers, visitors alike

RIO GRANDE CITY – On Friday, July 8, young 4-H members and the Starr County Extension Office will team up for a great cause. The 24th annual South Texas Cattlemen’s RoundUp benefiting Driscoll Children’s Hospital’s Rio Grande Valley clinics will begin at 11 a.m. at R.Y. Livestock Sales, Inc., 12 Livestock Rd. in Rio Grande City.

A variety of products and services will be auctioned at the RoundUp that will appeal to ranchers and visitors alike, such as agricultural products, gardening supplies, arts and crafts, hardware supplies and jewelry. Young members of 4-H will offer a variety of homemade baked goods. All of this year’s proceeds will be used to support Driscoll’s clinics in the Rio Grande Valley, including Driscoll Children’s Medical Plaza – McAllen, Driscoll Children’s Specialty Center – Brownsville and Driscoll Children’s Specialty Center – Harlingen.

To make a donation and support local 4-H students and their life-saving efforts, you can visit the Driscoll Children’s Hospital web site at, call Driscoll at (956) 223-0687 or call the Starr County Extension Office at (956) 487-2306 or (956) 534-4911.

What: 24th annual Cattlemen’s RoundUp
When: 11 a.m. Friday, July 8
Where: R.Y. Livestock Sales, Inc., 12 Livestock Rd., Rio Grande City
Information: (956) 487-2306, (956) 534-4911 or (956) 223-0687