Sunday at the Clovis Rodeo was Tough Enough to Wear pink day and the rodeo. Clovis Rodeo has partnered up with the Marjorie E. Radin Breast Cancer Center at Clovis Community Medical Center and appreciate all they do and their dedication to offering early detection, advanced treatment and comprehensive care – all under one roof. Sunday the rodeo and some great supporters of Clovis Community Medical Center and Clovis Rodeo fans – Clovis Community Medical Center board members Jerry Cook and Manuel Cunha, helped Rodeo Association president Ken Elliott, present a check for $ 6000 to Kelly Biscay, the manager at the Majorie E. Radin Breast Cancer Center. This contribution is a result of each of you taking the time to show you’re Tough Enough to Wear Pink and our friends at Wrangler. The Clovis Rodeo thanks their Rodeo fans for being Tough Enough to Wear Pink and making a difference for our community!