The Medical Center of Central Georgia held an event to celebrate prostate cancer survivors and bring awareness to the disease, for it's inaugural "Barbeque, Bowties and Barbershops."
Guests learned how to lasso a bull and how to tie different knots from the Boys Scouts.
They also enjoyed some delicious barbecue and received information about prostate cancer through free health screenings and seminars.
"You can see information as well as talk to people who have been through the procedure that has had the problem," said Bill Hamrick of Jeffersonville. "You can relate with them with that if you are having a problem and it just makes you aware of what can be."
People who attended got the chance to win prizes like a guided deer hunt from a Major League Baseball pitcher Kevin Brown or a Big Green Egg grill.