Mr. Bloch Shares His Experience Being a Part of the Kindergarten Rodeo

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Mr. Bloch Shares His Experience Being a Part of the Kindergarten Rodeo

Mr. Bloch plays the banjo in the 50th annual Kindergarten Rodeo.

Mr. Bloch plays the banjo in the 50th annual Kindergarten Rodeo.

William Rattikin '19

Mr. Bloch plays the banjo in the 50th annual Kindergarten Rodeo.

William Rattikin '19

William Rattikin '19

Mr. Bloch plays the banjo in the 50th annual Kindergarten Rodeo.

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For 50 years, the Kindergarten Rodeo has been an integral part of the Country Day experience. In 1969, Laura Miller came up with the idea to give the Kindergarteners an outlet to express their unique personalities, doing so by bringing a rich part of Fort Worth’s western roots to campus. Since then, Mr. Bloch has been involved in every single Rodeo- most notably for playing the banjo. Ask any FWCD alumni about the Kindergarten Rodeo and you’ll be sure to hear Mr. Bloch’s name at least once. Bloch’s attitude toward the Rodeo: “I’m proud of being a part of the rodeo, because of what the Rodeo is, not what I do.” From 50 years of FWCD students, we thank you Mr. Bloch for your invaluable role on our campus and in our Rodeo.

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