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Jr. Miss Rodeo SD 2009

I have started my sophomore year at Bison High School. I’ve enjoyed seeing my classmates and catching up. Its been wonderful sharing all about my summer as Jr. Miss Rodeo South Dakota – all the rodeos, people, generous sponsors and places.

I started the month of September by attending the Labor Day Parade and Rodeo on Monday the 7th. This was a wonderful opportunity for the whole town and surrounding neighbors to get together to celebrate a great summer. I was pleasantly surprised by the attendance, the parade had many entries and the rodeo grand stands were packed! This small town and their community really supported the Labor Day activities. The rodeo was a community event, they had several family activates such as family roping, sheep tipi, and mutton busting! What an awesome way to celebrate Labor Day.

It was great to ride in the parade and help with the grand entry for the rodeo, with both of my cousins – Jenna Kari the newly crowned Jr. Miss Newell Labor Day Queen (her first title ever!) and Jr. Miss Faith Stock Show Julianna Kari. You can see I am very proud of both these young ladies.

One of the highlights of September was playing the National Anthem on my horse Whiskey River for the 2009 Perkins County Cancer Trail Ride.

Sponsored by Jerry and Betty Nelson’s ranch, the Committee asked if I would play the National Anthem before our 10 mile ride across the South Dakota prairie. It is always a huge honor when I am asked to play the National Anthem on my violin while sitting upon my horse Whiskey River. It honors the history, customs, and struggles of our country. What an appropriate song, for those who struggle with the battle of cancer and the race against time to find a cure. Several friends in our community who have had cancer come out yearly to help promote this event. It’s a wonderful fund raiser for the American Cancer Society and on that day we raised $3,000. I was honored to represent 2009 Jr. Miss Rodeo South Dakota being a part of this. I know several people who have been diagnosed with cancer in our small community from a middle school student to all ages. Cancer does not discriminate, it can affect all families and strike at any time.

My heart goes out to these families. It was a privilege to play and ride for this cause. I can not think of any one braver than those who live with this disease and fight the battle. When I think of the National Anthem it represents the home of the free and land of the brave. And with the grace of God hopefully some day a cure will be found.

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I am looking forward to October and started out the month traveling to Mission, SD for the Harold Heinert Memorial Rodeo. Hopefully I will see many of you at the SDRA Final in Rapid City!

I have started my sophomore year at Bison High School. I’ve enjoyed seeing my classmates and catching up. Its been wonderful sharing all about my summer as Jr. Miss Rodeo South Dakota – all the rodeos, people, generous sponsors and places.

I started the month of September by attending the Labor Day Parade and Rodeo on Monday the 7th. This was a wonderful opportunity for the whole town and surrounding neighbors to get together to celebrate a great summer. I was pleasantly surprised by the attendance, the parade had many entries and the rodeo grand stands were packed! This small town and their community really supported the Labor Day activities. The rodeo was a community event, they had several family activates such as family roping, sheep tipi, and mutton busting! What an awesome way to celebrate Labor Day.

It was great to ride in the parade and help with the grand entry for the rodeo, with both of my cousins – Jenna Kari the newly crowned Jr. Miss Newell Labor Day Queen (her first title ever!) and Jr. Miss Faith Stock Show Julianna Kari. You can see I am very proud of both these young ladies.

One of the highlights of September was playing the National Anthem on my horse Whiskey River for the 2009 Perkins County Cancer Trail Ride.

Sponsored by Jerry and Betty Nelson’s ranch, the Committee asked if I would play the National Anthem before our 10 mile ride across the South Dakota prairie. It is always a huge honor when I am asked to play the National Anthem on my violin while sitting upon my horse Whiskey River. It honors the history, customs, and struggles of our country. What an appropriate song, for those who struggle with the battle of cancer and the race against time to find a cure. Several friends in our community who have had cancer come out yearly to help promote this event. It’s a wonderful fund raiser for the American Cancer Society and on that day we raised $3,000. I was honored to represent 2009 Jr. Miss Rodeo South Dakota being a part of this. I know several people who have been diagnosed with cancer in our small community from a middle school student to all ages. Cancer does not discriminate, it can affect all families and strike at any time.

My heart goes out to these families. It was a privilege to play and ride for this cause. I can not think of any one braver than those who live with this disease and fight the battle. When I think of the National Anthem it represents the home of the free and land of the brave. And with the grace of God hopefully some day a cure will be found.

I am looking forward to October and started out the month traveling to Mission, SD for the Harold Heinert Memorial Rodeo. Hopefully I will see many of you at the SDRA Final in Rapid City!

I have started my sophomore year at Bison High School. I’ve enjoyed seeing my classmates and catching up. Its been wonderful sharing all about my summer as Jr. Miss Rodeo South Dakota – all the rodeos, people, generous sponsors and places.

I started the month of September by attending the Labor Day Parade and Rodeo on Monday the 7th. This was a wonderful opportunity for the whole town and surrounding neighbors to get together to celebrate a great summer. I was pleasantly surprised by the attendance, the parade had many entries and the rodeo grand stands were packed! This small town and their community really supported the Labor Day activities. The rodeo was a community event, they had several family activates such as family roping, sheep tipi, and mutton busting! What an awesome way to celebrate Labor Day.

It was great to ride in the parade and help with the grand entry for the rodeo, with both of my cousins – Jenna Kari the newly crowned Jr. Miss Newell Labor Day Queen (her first title ever!) and Jr. Miss Faith Stock Show Julianna Kari. You can see I am very proud of both these young ladies.

One of the highlights of September was playing the National Anthem on my horse Whiskey River for the 2009 Perkins County Cancer Trail Ride.

Sponsored by Jerry and Betty Nelson’s ranch, the Committee asked if I would play the National Anthem before our 10 mile ride across the South Dakota prairie. It is always a huge honor when I am asked to play the National Anthem on my violin while sitting upon my horse Whiskey River. It honors the history, customs, and struggles of our country. What an appropriate song, for those who struggle with the battle of cancer and the race against time to find a cure. Several friends in our community who have had cancer come out yearly to help promote this event. It’s a wonderful fund raiser for the American Cancer Society and on that day we raised $3,000. I was honored to represent 2009 Jr. Miss Rodeo South Dakota being a part of this. I know several people who have been diagnosed with cancer in our small community from a middle school student to all ages. Cancer does not discriminate, it can affect all families and strike at any time.

My heart goes out to these families. It was a privilege to play and ride for this cause. I can not think of any one braver than those who live with this disease and fight the battle. When I think of the National Anthem it represents the home of the free and land of the brave. And with the grace of God hopefully some day a cure will be found.

I am looking forward to October and started out the month traveling to Mission, SD for the Harold Heinert Memorial Rodeo. Hopefully I will see many of you at the SDRA Final in Rapid City!

I have started my sophomore year at Bison High School. I’ve enjoyed seeing my classmates and catching up. Its been wonderful sharing all about my summer as Jr. Miss Rodeo South Dakota – all the rodeos, people, generous sponsors and places.

I started the month of September by attending the Labor Day Parade and Rodeo on Monday the 7th. This was a wonderful opportunity for the whole town and surrounding neighbors to get together to celebrate a great summer. I was pleasantly surprised by the attendance, the parade had many entries and the rodeo grand stands were packed! This small town and their community really supported the Labor Day activities. The rodeo was a community event, they had several family activates such as family roping, sheep tipi, and mutton busting! What an awesome way to celebrate Labor Day.

It was great to ride in the parade and help with the grand entry for the rodeo, with both of my cousins – Jenna Kari the newly crowned Jr. Miss Newell Labor Day Queen (her first title ever!) and Jr. Miss Faith Stock Show Julianna Kari. You can see I am very proud of both these young ladies.

One of the highlights of September was playing the National Anthem on my horse Whiskey River for the 2009 Perkins County Cancer Trail Ride.

Sponsored by Jerry and Betty Nelson’s ranch, the Committee asked if I would play the National Anthem before our 10 mile ride across the South Dakota prairie. It is always a huge honor when I am asked to play the National Anthem on my violin while sitting upon my horse Whiskey River. It honors the history, customs, and struggles of our country. What an appropriate song, for those who struggle with the battle of cancer and the race against time to find a cure. Several friends in our community who have had cancer come out yearly to help promote this event. It’s a wonderful fund raiser for the American Cancer Society and on that day we raised $3,000. I was honored to represent 2009 Jr. Miss Rodeo South Dakota being a part of this. I know several people who have been diagnosed with cancer in our small community from a middle school student to all ages. Cancer does not discriminate, it can affect all families and strike at any time.

My heart goes out to these families. It was a privilege to play and ride for this cause. I can not think of any one braver than those who live with this disease and fight the battle. When I think of the National Anthem it represents the home of the free and land of the brave. And with the grace of God hopefully some day a cure will be found.

I am looking forward to October and started out the month traveling to Mission, SD for the Harold Heinert Memorial Rodeo. Hopefully I will see many of you at the SDRA Final in Rapid City!

I have started my sophomore year at Bison High School. I’ve enjoyed seeing my classmates and catching up. Its been wonderful sharing all about my summer as Jr. Miss Rodeo South Dakota – all the rodeos, people, generous sponsors and places.

I started the month of September by attending the Labor Day Parade and Rodeo on Monday the 7th. This was a wonderful opportunity for the whole town and surrounding neighbors to get together to celebrate a great summer. I was pleasantly surprised by the attendance, the parade had many entries and the rodeo grand stands were packed! This small town and their community really supported the Labor Day activities. The rodeo was a community event, they had several family activates such as family roping, sheep tipi, and mutton busting! What an awesome way to celebrate Labor Day.

It was great to ride in the parade and help with the grand entry for the rodeo, with both of my cousins – Jenna Kari the newly crowned Jr. Miss Newell Labor Day Queen (her first title ever!) and Jr. Miss Faith Stock Show Julianna Kari. You can see I am very proud of both these young ladies.

One of the highlights of September was playing the National Anthem on my horse Whiskey River for the 2009 Perkins County Cancer Trail Ride.

Sponsored by Jerry and Betty Nelson’s ranch, the Committee asked if I would play the National Anthem before our 10 mile ride across the South Dakota prairie. It is always a huge honor when I am asked to play the National Anthem on my violin while sitting upon my horse Whiskey River. It honors the history, customs, and struggles of our country. What an appropriate song, for those who struggle with the battle of cancer and the race against time to find a cure. Several friends in our community who have had cancer come out yearly to help promote this event. It’s a wonderful fund raiser for the American Cancer Society and on that day we raised $3,000. I was honored to represent 2009 Jr. Miss Rodeo South Dakota being a part of this. I know several people who have been diagnosed with cancer in our small community from a middle school student to all ages. Cancer does not discriminate, it can affect all families and strike at any time.

My heart goes out to these families. It was a privilege to play and ride for this cause. I can not think of any one braver than those who live with this disease and fight the battle. When I think of the National Anthem it represents the home of the free and land of the brave. And with the grace of God hopefully some day a cure will be found.

I am looking forward to October and started out the month traveling to Mission, SD for the Harold Heinert Memorial Rodeo. Hopefully I will see many of you at the SDRA Final in Rapid City!

I have started my sophomore year at Bison High School. I’ve enjoyed seeing my classmates and catching up. Its been wonderful sharing all about my summer as Jr. Miss Rodeo South Dakota – all the rodeos, people, generous sponsors and places.

I started the month of September by attending the Labor Day Parade and Rodeo on Monday the 7th. This was a wonderful opportunity for the whole town and surrounding neighbors to get together to celebrate a great summer. I was pleasantly surprised by the attendance, the parade had many entries and the rodeo grand stands were packed! This small town and their community really supported the Labor Day activities. The rodeo was a community event, they had several family activates such as family roping, sheep tipi, and mutton busting! What an awesome way to celebrate Labor Day.

It was great to ride in the parade and help with the grand entry for the rodeo, with both of my cousins – Jenna Kari the newly crowned Jr. Miss Newell Labor Day Queen (her first title ever!) and Jr. Miss Faith Stock Show Julianna Kari. You can see I am very proud of both these young ladies.

One of the highlights of September was playing the National Anthem on my horse Whiskey River for the 2009 Perkins County Cancer Trail Ride.

Sponsored by Jerry and Betty Nelson’s ranch, the Committee asked if I would play the National Anthem before our 10 mile ride across the South Dakota prairie. It is always a huge honor when I am asked to play the National Anthem on my violin while sitting upon my horse Whiskey River. It honors the history, customs, and struggles of our country. What an appropriate song, for those who struggle with the battle of cancer and the race against time to find a cure. Several friends in our community who have had cancer come out yearly to help promote this event. It’s a wonderful fund raiser for the American Cancer Society and on that day we raised $3,000. I was honored to represent 2009 Jr. Miss Rodeo South Dakota being a part of this. I know several people who have been diagnosed with cancer in our small community from a middle school student to all ages. Cancer does not discriminate, it can affect all families and strike at any time.

My heart goes out to these families. It was a privilege to play and ride for this cause. I can not think of any one braver than those who live with this disease and fight the battle. When I think of the National Anthem it represents the home of the free and land of the brave. And with the grace of God hopefully some day a cure will be found.

I am looking forward to October and started out the month traveling to Mission, SD for the Harold Heinert Memorial Rodeo. Hopefully I will see many of you at the SDRA Final in Rapid City!