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The 4T Arena wants to remind people that after 20 years, the RAM Mountaineer Roundup and World Championship Rodeo is over.

"All of our family and friends from over the years are now 20 years older," said Jeff Tucker, 4T Arena. "They've given up 20 years of their life to come out here to help us and we just think it's a time for a change to give them back their lives, so to speak," said Tucker in February.

The rodeo was a popular 4th of July weekend event that brought hundreds of people to North Central West Virginia. You can read more about 4T Arena's decision to cancel the festivities here.

Organizers at 4T Arena are making plans for future events including family fun days and other events. They are accepting suggestions for events on the 4T Arena Facebook page and via email at info@4tarenarodeo.com.