Mont. Stockgrowers seeks nominations for 2014 Ranching Woman of the Year
The Montana Stockgrowers Association is seeking nominations for the 2014 Montana Ranching Woman of the Year. The annual award is presented to an MSGA member who has made great contributions to the Montana ranching community and has gone above and beyond to support their family and friends. Nominations are due Nov. 1 and the recipient will be recognized at MSGA’s annual convention in Billings, Dec. 11-13.
“Women are often the backbone of Montana’s ranching communities. These women often go above and beyond to support their immediate family members and pitch in whenever the need arises in their communities,” said Tucker Hughes, MSGA President from Stanford. “We look forward to recognizing these accomplished women each year at our annual convention and thanking them for their hard work.”
Last year’s recipient of the Ranching Woman of the Year was Glenna Stucky, who ranches with her husband, Earl, near Avon. Along with raising their family, Glenna has been heavily involved in local 4-H programs, CattleWomen’s activities and several community events. Family friends Ed and Bev Fryer describe Glenna as “just one of those people that when you meet them, you know that they are very happy and successful being a ranch woman.”
Past recipients of the award include Floydena Garrison of Glen, Helen Hougen of Melstone, Marian Hanson of Ashland, Carol Mosher of Augusta, Donna Sitz-Arthun of Billings, and Holley Smith of Glen.
Nomination letters submitted by family or close friends should identify a ranching woman, who is a member of Montana Stockgrowers, describe her role on the ranch, and the characteristics that set her apart when supporting the family and ranch, as well as describe her involvement in community efforts. Biographies should include the ranching woman’s hometown, family members, and number of years involved in ranching activities.
Along with the nomination biography, submissions should include photos depicting the ranching woman’s family, ranch and community involvement.
Nominations should be submitted to the Montana Stockgrowers office by Nov. 1, 2014 via mail (420 N. California, Helena, MT 59601) or email (email@example.com). For more information contact the MSGA office at 406-3420 or visit mtbeef.org.
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