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Five compete for 2011 Miss Rodeo North Dakota title

Courtesy photoFive ladies compete at the 2011 Miss Rodeo North Dakota pageant held in conjunction with Badlands Circuit Finals in Minot Oct. 6-9

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Five contestants are vying to serve as ambassadors for the state and the sport of rodeo during the Miss Rodeo North Dakota Pageant to be held Oct. 6 to 9 in Minot. The pageant, in its 57th year, is being held in conjunction with the Badlands Circuit Finals Rodeo, a championship for contestants from North Dakota and South Dakota competing in the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association and the Women’s Professional Rodeo Association.

Candidates for the title of Miss Rodeo North Dakota 2012 are Miss Rodeo Bison Stampede Sadie Wardner, 24, Coleharbor; Miss Rodeo Mandan Casey Johnson, 20, Mandan; Miss Rodeo N.D. State Fair Tasha Gruhot, 20, Grand Forks; Miss Rodeo N.D. Winter Show Courtney Mittlestadt, 18, Bismarck; and Miss Rodeo Veterans Memorial Krystal Carlascio, 23, Jamestown.

A panel of three judges will evaluate contestants in the categories of horsemanship, personality and appearance during a number of activities during the course of the four-day pageant.



A brunch featuring contestant introductory speeches, impromptu questions, modeling and public interviews will be held Friday, Oct. 7, at 9 a.m. at the Sleep Inn. Admission is $10 for advance registrants or $15 at the door. Contestants will present speeches about North Dakota and will answer more impromptu questions at a pageant luncheon on Saturday, Oct. 8, at 11:30 a.m. at the Sleep Inn. Admission is $20 for advance registrants or $25 at the door. Pre-register by Sept. 30 by contacting Miss Rodeo North Dakota Pageant Association board member Jane Hammer. Send an e-mail to jane.hammer@vcsu.edu or call 701-840-1880.

The horsemanship competition will be held Friday, Oct. 7 at 3 p.m. at the All Seasons Arena. The activity is free and open to the public. Contestants will also participate in the rodeo nightly at 6:30 p.m. and Sunday, Oct. 9, at 2 p.m. at the All Seasons Arena. For rodeo ticket information, visit http://www.minotysmensrodeo.com or call 701-852-5577.



New royalty will be crowned before the Oct. 9 rodeo performance by Miss Rodeo North Dakota 2011 Sam Stanke of West Fargo. Stanke will represent the state at the Miss Rodeo America Pageant held during the Wrangler Nationals Finals Rodeo in December in Las Vegas.

Among the many prizes awarded to Miss Rodeo North Dakota 2012 are a a trophy saddle sponsored by First Community Credit Union and PFI, a jacket from Hensen’s Fur and Leather, Minot, and autograph sheets and print material by Image Printing, Bismarck. Other major sponsors include Best Western Kelly Inn and the Minot Y’s Men Rodeo.

For more information, visit http://www.missrodeond.org.

Five contestants are vying to serve as ambassadors for the state and the sport of rodeo during the Miss Rodeo North Dakota Pageant to be held Oct. 6 to 9 in Minot. The pageant, in its 57th year, is being held in conjunction with the Badlands Circuit Finals Rodeo, a championship for contestants from North Dakota and South Dakota competing in the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association and the Women’s Professional Rodeo Association.

Candidates for the title of Miss Rodeo North Dakota 2012 are Miss Rodeo Bison Stampede Sadie Wardner, 24, Coleharbor; Miss Rodeo Mandan Casey Johnson, 20, Mandan; Miss Rodeo N.D. State Fair Tasha Gruhot, 20, Grand Forks; Miss Rodeo N.D. Winter Show Courtney Mittlestadt, 18, Bismarck; and Miss Rodeo Veterans Memorial Krystal Carlascio, 23, Jamestown.

A panel of three judges will evaluate contestants in the categories of horsemanship, personality and appearance during a number of activities during the course of the four-day pageant.

A brunch featuring contestant introductory speeches, impromptu questions, modeling and public interviews will be held Friday, Oct. 7, at 9 a.m. at the Sleep Inn. Admission is $10 for advance registrants or $15 at the door. Contestants will present speeches about North Dakota and will answer more impromptu questions at a pageant luncheon on Saturday, Oct. 8, at 11:30 a.m. at the Sleep Inn. Admission is $20 for advance registrants or $25 at the door. Pre-register by Sept. 30 by contacting Miss Rodeo North Dakota Pageant Association board member Jane Hammer. Send an e-mail to jane.hammer@vcsu.edu or call 701-840-1880.

The horsemanship competition will be held Friday, Oct. 7 at 3 p.m. at the All Seasons Arena. The activity is free and open to the public. Contestants will also participate in the rodeo nightly at 6:30 p.m. and Sunday, Oct. 9, at 2 p.m. at the All Seasons Arena. For rodeo ticket information, visit http://www.minotysmensrodeo.com or call 701-852-5577.

New royalty will be crowned before the Oct. 9 rodeo performance by Miss Rodeo North Dakota 2011 Sam Stanke of West Fargo. Stanke will represent the state at the Miss Rodeo America Pageant held during the Wrangler Nationals Finals Rodeo in December in Las Vegas.

Among the many prizes awarded to Miss Rodeo North Dakota 2012 are a a trophy saddle sponsored by First Community Credit Union and PFI, a jacket from Hensen’s Fur and Leather, Minot, and autograph sheets and print material by Image Printing, Bismarck. Other major sponsors include Best Western Kelly Inn and the Minot Y’s Men Rodeo.

For more information, visit http://www.missrodeond.org.

Five contestants are vying to serve as ambassadors for the state and the sport of rodeo during the Miss Rodeo North Dakota Pageant to be held Oct. 6 to 9 in Minot. The pageant, in its 57th year, is being held in conjunction with the Badlands Circuit Finals Rodeo, a championship for contestants from North Dakota and South Dakota competing in the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association and the Women’s Professional Rodeo Association.

Candidates for the title of Miss Rodeo North Dakota 2012 are Miss Rodeo Bison Stampede Sadie Wardner, 24, Coleharbor; Miss Rodeo Mandan Casey Johnson, 20, Mandan; Miss Rodeo N.D. State Fair Tasha Gruhot, 20, Grand Forks; Miss Rodeo N.D. Winter Show Courtney Mittlestadt, 18, Bismarck; and Miss Rodeo Veterans Memorial Krystal Carlascio, 23, Jamestown.

A panel of three judges will evaluate contestants in the categories of horsemanship, personality and appearance during a number of activities during the course of the four-day pageant.

A brunch featuring contestant introductory speeches, impromptu questions, modeling and public interviews will be held Friday, Oct. 7, at 9 a.m. at the Sleep Inn. Admission is $10 for advance registrants or $15 at the door. Contestants will present speeches about North Dakota and will answer more impromptu questions at a pageant luncheon on Saturday, Oct. 8, at 11:30 a.m. at the Sleep Inn. Admission is $20 for advance registrants or $25 at the door. Pre-register by Sept. 30 by contacting Miss Rodeo North Dakota Pageant Association board member Jane Hammer. Send an e-mail to jane.hammer@vcsu.edu or call 701-840-1880.

The horsemanship competition will be held Friday, Oct. 7 at 3 p.m. at the All Seasons Arena. The activity is free and open to the public. Contestants will also participate in the rodeo nightly at 6:30 p.m. and Sunday, Oct. 9, at 2 p.m. at the All Seasons Arena. For rodeo ticket information, visit http://www.minotysmensrodeo.com or call 701-852-5577.

New royalty will be crowned before the Oct. 9 rodeo performance by Miss Rodeo North Dakota 2011 Sam Stanke of West Fargo. Stanke will represent the state at the Miss Rodeo America Pageant held during the Wrangler Nationals Finals Rodeo in December in Las Vegas.

Among the many prizes awarded to Miss Rodeo North Dakota 2012 are a a trophy saddle sponsored by First Community Credit Union and PFI, a jacket from Hensen’s Fur and Leather, Minot, and autograph sheets and print material by Image Printing, Bismarck. Other major sponsors include Best Western Kelly Inn and the Minot Y’s Men Rodeo.

For more information, visit http://www.missrodeond.org.

Five contestants are vying to serve as ambassadors for the state and the sport of rodeo during the Miss Rodeo North Dakota Pageant to be held Oct. 6 to 9 in Minot. The pageant, in its 57th year, is being held in conjunction with the Badlands Circuit Finals Rodeo, a championship for contestants from North Dakota and South Dakota competing in the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association and the Women’s Professional Rodeo Association.

Candidates for the title of Miss Rodeo North Dakota 2012 are Miss Rodeo Bison Stampede Sadie Wardner, 24, Coleharbor; Miss Rodeo Mandan Casey Johnson, 20, Mandan; Miss Rodeo N.D. State Fair Tasha Gruhot, 20, Grand Forks; Miss Rodeo N.D. Winter Show Courtney Mittlestadt, 18, Bismarck; and Miss Rodeo Veterans Memorial Krystal Carlascio, 23, Jamestown.

A panel of three judges will evaluate contestants in the categories of horsemanship, personality and appearance during a number of activities during the course of the four-day pageant.

A brunch featuring contestant introductory speeches, impromptu questions, modeling and public interviews will be held Friday, Oct. 7, at 9 a.m. at the Sleep Inn. Admission is $10 for advance registrants or $15 at the door. Contestants will present speeches about North Dakota and will answer more impromptu questions at a pageant luncheon on Saturday, Oct. 8, at 11:30 a.m. at the Sleep Inn. Admission is $20 for advance registrants or $25 at the door. Pre-register by Sept. 30 by contacting Miss Rodeo North Dakota Pageant Association board member Jane Hammer. Send an e-mail to jane.hammer@vcsu.edu or call 701-840-1880.

The horsemanship competition will be held Friday, Oct. 7 at 3 p.m. at the All Seasons Arena. The activity is free and open to the public. Contestants will also participate in the rodeo nightly at 6:30 p.m. and Sunday, Oct. 9, at 2 p.m. at the All Seasons Arena. For rodeo ticket information, visit http://www.minotysmensrodeo.com or call 701-852-5577.

New royalty will be crowned before the Oct. 9 rodeo performance by Miss Rodeo North Dakota 2011 Sam Stanke of West Fargo. Stanke will represent the state at the Miss Rodeo America Pageant held during the Wrangler Nationals Finals Rodeo in December in Las Vegas.

Among the many prizes awarded to Miss Rodeo North Dakota 2012 are a a trophy saddle sponsored by First Community Credit Union and PFI, a jacket from Hensen’s Fur and Leather, Minot, and autograph sheets and print material by Image Printing, Bismarck. Other major sponsors include Best Western Kelly Inn and the Minot Y’s Men Rodeo.

For more information, visit http://www.missrodeond.org.

Five contestants are vying to serve as ambassadors for the state and the sport of rodeo during the Miss Rodeo North Dakota Pageant to be held Oct. 6 to 9 in Minot. The pageant, in its 57th year, is being held in conjunction with the Badlands Circuit Finals Rodeo, a championship for contestants from North Dakota and South Dakota competing in the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association and the Women’s Professional Rodeo Association.

Candidates for the title of Miss Rodeo North Dakota 2012 are Miss Rodeo Bison Stampede Sadie Wardner, 24, Coleharbor; Miss Rodeo Mandan Casey Johnson, 20, Mandan; Miss Rodeo N.D. State Fair Tasha Gruhot, 20, Grand Forks; Miss Rodeo N.D. Winter Show Courtney Mittlestadt, 18, Bismarck; and Miss Rodeo Veterans Memorial Krystal Carlascio, 23, Jamestown.

A panel of three judges will evaluate contestants in the categories of horsemanship, personality and appearance during a number of activities during the course of the four-day pageant.

A brunch featuring contestant introductory speeches, impromptu questions, modeling and public interviews will be held Friday, Oct. 7, at 9 a.m. at the Sleep Inn. Admission is $10 for advance registrants or $15 at the door. Contestants will present speeches about North Dakota and will answer more impromptu questions at a pageant luncheon on Saturday, Oct. 8, at 11:30 a.m. at the Sleep Inn. Admission is $20 for advance registrants or $25 at the door. Pre-register by Sept. 30 by contacting Miss Rodeo North Dakota Pageant Association board member Jane Hammer. Send an e-mail to jane.hammer@vcsu.edu or call 701-840-1880.

The horsemanship competition will be held Friday, Oct. 7 at 3 p.m. at the All Seasons Arena. The activity is free and open to the public. Contestants will also participate in the rodeo nightly at 6:30 p.m. and Sunday, Oct. 9, at 2 p.m. at the All Seasons Arena. For rodeo ticket information, visit http://www.minotysmensrodeo.com or call 701-852-5577.

New royalty will be crowned before the Oct. 9 rodeo performance by Miss Rodeo North Dakota 2011 Sam Stanke of West Fargo. Stanke will represent the state at the Miss Rodeo America Pageant held during the Wrangler Nationals Finals Rodeo in December in Las Vegas.

Among the many prizes awarded to Miss Rodeo North Dakota 2012 are a a trophy saddle sponsored by First Community Credit Union and PFI, a jacket from Hensen’s Fur and Leather, Minot, and autograph sheets and print material by Image Printing, Bismarck. Other major sponsors include Best Western Kelly Inn and the Minot Y’s Men Rodeo.

For more information, visit http://www.missrodeond.org.


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