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Miss Rodeo SD July Newsletter

Miss Rodeo South Dakota 2009

My first official stop of the South Dakota summer rodeo season was at the Casey Tibbs Match of Champions held in Ft. Pierre, SD. This is my fourth year as a visiting queen at the 17th annual Casey Tibbs Match of Champions and I must admit that it was definitely the COLDEST year of them all. Although it was June in South Dakota, you never know what type of weather you’ll get sometimes! Even though the temperatures were low many rodeo fans turned out to enjoy world class entertainment by watching the country’s best saddle bronc riders. It was an action packed evening that concluded with a sudden death final round where Wade Sundell came out as the cowboy on top.

My next trip took me to North Platte, NE for the Miss Rodeo Nebraska Pageant and the NEBRASKAland Days rodeo where I was overjoyed to find my host home of Dr. Craig and Karen Kelley marked with the infamous “Home of Miss Rodeo South Dakota” sign.

My time in Nebraska started with the Kid’s parade, where local children put on their best costumes and paraded around the town! It was so exciting to see all of the unique costumes and I have to add I was happily surprised to see many little rodeo queens! All of the state queens and I signed autographs and participated in the parade. Then we were off to the Miss Rodeo Nebraska Association Queen’s Luncheon where the Lil’ Cowgirls served us a wonderful meal. We also had the opportunity to help with their live auction at this event as well.

My first official stop of the South Dakota summer rodeo season was at the Casey Tibbs Match of Champions held in Ft. Pierre, SD. This is my fourth year as a visiting queen at the 17th annual Casey Tibbs Match of Champions and I must admit that it was definitely the COLDEST year of them all. Although it was June in South Dakota, you never know what type of weather you’ll get sometimes! Even though the temperatures were low many rodeo fans turned out to enjoy world class entertainment by watching the country’s best saddle bronc riders. It was an action packed evening that concluded with a sudden death final round where Wade Sundell came out as the cowboy on top.

My next trip took me to North Platte, NE for the Miss Rodeo Nebraska Pageant and the NEBRASKAland Days rodeo where I was overjoyed to find my host home of Dr. Craig and Karen Kelley marked with the infamous “Home of Miss Rodeo South Dakota” sign.

My time in Nebraska started with the Kid’s parade, where local children put on their best costumes and paraded around the town! It was so exciting to see all of the unique costumes and I have to add I was happily surprised to see many little rodeo queens! All of the state queens and I signed autographs and participated in the parade. Then we were off to the Miss Rodeo Nebraska Association Queen’s Luncheon where the Lil’ Cowgirls served us a wonderful meal. We also had the opportunity to help with their live auction at this event as well.

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My first official stop of the South Dakota summer rodeo season was at the Casey Tibbs Match of Champions held in Ft. Pierre, SD. This is my fourth year as a visiting queen at the 17th annual Casey Tibbs Match of Champions and I must admit that it was definitely the COLDEST year of them all. Although it was June in South Dakota, you never know what type of weather you’ll get sometimes! Even though the temperatures were low many rodeo fans turned out to enjoy world class entertainment by watching the country’s best saddle bronc riders. It was an action packed evening that concluded with a sudden death final round where Wade Sundell came out as the cowboy on top.

My next trip took me to North Platte, NE for the Miss Rodeo Nebraska Pageant and the NEBRASKAland Days rodeo where I was overjoyed to find my host home of Dr. Craig and Karen Kelley marked with the infamous “Home of Miss Rodeo South Dakota” sign.

My time in Nebraska started with the Kid’s parade, where local children put on their best costumes and paraded around the town! It was so exciting to see all of the unique costumes and I have to add I was happily surprised to see many little rodeo queens! All of the state queens and I signed autographs and participated in the parade. Then we were off to the Miss Rodeo Nebraska Association Queen’s Luncheon where the Lil’ Cowgirls served us a wonderful meal. We also had the opportunity to help with their live auction at this event as well.

My first official stop of the South Dakota summer rodeo season was at the Casey Tibbs Match of Champions held in Ft. Pierre, SD. This is my fourth year as a visiting queen at the 17th annual Casey Tibbs Match of Champions and I must admit that it was definitely the COLDEST year of them all. Although it was June in South Dakota, you never know what type of weather you’ll get sometimes! Even though the temperatures were low many rodeo fans turned out to enjoy world class entertainment by watching the country’s best saddle bronc riders. It was an action packed evening that concluded with a sudden death final round where Wade Sundell came out as the cowboy on top.

My next trip took me to North Platte, NE for the Miss Rodeo Nebraska Pageant and the NEBRASKAland Days rodeo where I was overjoyed to find my host home of Dr. Craig and Karen Kelley marked with the infamous “Home of Miss Rodeo South Dakota” sign.

My time in Nebraska started with the Kid’s parade, where local children put on their best costumes and paraded around the town! It was so exciting to see all of the unique costumes and I have to add I was happily surprised to see many little rodeo queens! All of the state queens and I signed autographs and participated in the parade. Then we were off to the Miss Rodeo Nebraska Association Queen’s Luncheon where the Lil’ Cowgirls served us a wonderful meal. We also had the opportunity to help with their live auction at this event as well.

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