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November rodeo queen newsletter

Trask photo by Frontier Images PhotographyAt left: Tara Trask, Miss Rodeo South Dakota 2008. At right: Kristina Maddocks, Jr. Miss Rodeo South Dakota 2008.

Hello again:

From Minot to Brookings, October has put the miles on my PT Cruiser. After an eight hour cold and rainy trip up to Minot, ND, I arrived to help with the Badlands Circuit Finals Rodeo and attend the Miss Rodeo North Dakota pageant. I was welcomed by several of the Minot Y Men’s Rodeo committee and I appreciated their wonderful hospitality! The rodeo was top notch with the voice of Boyd Polhamus and stock from South Dakota’s own Sutton Rodeo Co. and Korkow Rodeo Co. Lindy Ellis, Miss Rodeo ND and I got to play catch-up with each other while carrying flags and helping with the Mutton Bustin.

The Miss Rodeo North Dakota pageant was very hospitable and put me to work. I was able to take part not only modeling outfits from RCC Western Wear, but also I participated in the contestant dance routine and answered impromptu questions. Thank you to Lindy (MRND 2008) and Shannon for asking me to help! I had a great time and congrats to Jessinta Hammer, Miss Rodeo ND 2009!

First Chance Bonanza in Brookings, SD was my final rodeo as Miss Rodeo South Dakota. I couldn’t have asked for a better rodeo to say my final farewell at. I have worked with several stock contractors in several different arenas, but there is nothing like a Sutton rodeo in my old college town. I was joined every night by several of the state and local queens from across South Dakota whom I have shared so many wonderful memories with. The rodeo had names from the new Badlands Circuit Finals All-Around Jess Tierney to Jesse Bail and Jill Moody. This Heartland Rodeo will go towards the 2009 standings. I can’t believe it’s the start of the 2009 season already! Thanks again to Steve, Kim, Amy, Sasha, Davie, Joe, Chris, and the entire Sutton Rodeo crew for all they have done and continue to do for the sport of professional rodeo. You have made this past year special! And a special “Get well soon” goes out to Jim Sutton who underwent hip surgery. The rodeo just wasn’t the same without you!

I drove back to Wall on Sunday and headed up to Rapid City Monday morning to give my Kids Voting presentation to several of the elementary schools. I was excited to get kids ready for the election and show them how their voices do matter. You can see pictures from all of my October travels at: http://mrsd2008.blogspot.com/

I gave my last Kids Voting presentation at Wall Elementary the day before the election. I hope you remembered to go to the polls on November 4th! Then it is off to the Casey Tibbs Foundation dinner where the Trask Family will be honored as the Ranch Cowboy Family. Also, be sure to mark your calendars for November 22nd for the WNFR Send-off in Belle Fourche at the Branding Iron.

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My parents and I head out to Las Vegas for the Miss Rodeo America pageant Thanksgiving Day. We will be hauling all of my clothes down in my Keifer Built Trailer sponsored by Carl’s Trailer Sales in Belle Fourche. The pageant dates are November 29 – December 6th. Be sure to check out all of the contestants at: http://www.missrodeo.com and see pageant pictures that are updated daily at: http://www.shooterenterprises.com. I hope to see some of you out there for the 50th Wrangler National Finals Rodeo!

Until next time…

Hello again:

From Minot to Brookings, October has put the miles on my PT Cruiser. After an eight hour cold and rainy trip up to Minot, ND, I arrived to help with the Badlands Circuit Finals Rodeo and attend the Miss Rodeo North Dakota pageant. I was welcomed by several of the Minot Y Men’s Rodeo committee and I appreciated their wonderful hospitality! The rodeo was top notch with the voice of Boyd Polhamus and stock from South Dakota’s own Sutton Rodeo Co. and Korkow Rodeo Co. Lindy Ellis, Miss Rodeo ND and I got to play catch-up with each other while carrying flags and helping with the Mutton Bustin.

The Miss Rodeo North Dakota pageant was very hospitable and put me to work. I was able to take part not only modeling outfits from RCC Western Wear, but also I participated in the contestant dance routine and answered impromptu questions. Thank you to Lindy (MRND 2008) and Shannon for asking me to help! I had a great time and congrats to Jessinta Hammer, Miss Rodeo ND 2009!

First Chance Bonanza in Brookings, SD was my final rodeo as Miss Rodeo South Dakota. I couldn’t have asked for a better rodeo to say my final farewell at. I have worked with several stock contractors in several different arenas, but there is nothing like a Sutton rodeo in my old college town. I was joined every night by several of the state and local queens from across South Dakota whom I have shared so many wonderful memories with. The rodeo had names from the new Badlands Circuit Finals All-Around Jess Tierney to Jesse Bail and Jill Moody. This Heartland Rodeo will go towards the 2009 standings. I can’t believe it’s the start of the 2009 season already! Thanks again to Steve, Kim, Amy, Sasha, Davie, Joe, Chris, and the entire Sutton Rodeo crew for all they have done and continue to do for the sport of professional rodeo. You have made this past year special! And a special “Get well soon” goes out to Jim Sutton who underwent hip surgery. The rodeo just wasn’t the same without you!

I drove back to Wall on Sunday and headed up to Rapid City Monday morning to give my Kids Voting presentation to several of the elementary schools. I was excited to get kids ready for the election and show them how their voices do matter. You can see pictures from all of my October travels at: http://mrsd2008.blogspot.com/

I gave my last Kids Voting presentation at Wall Elementary the day before the election. I hope you remembered to go to the polls on November 4th! Then it is off to the Casey Tibbs Foundation dinner where the Trask Family will be honored as the Ranch Cowboy Family. Also, be sure to mark your calendars for November 22nd for the WNFR Send-off in Belle Fourche at the Branding Iron.

My parents and I head out to Las Vegas for the Miss Rodeo America pageant Thanksgiving Day. We will be hauling all of my clothes down in my Keifer Built Trailer sponsored by Carl’s Trailer Sales in Belle Fourche. The pageant dates are November 29 – December 6th. Be sure to check out all of the contestants at: http://www.missrodeo.com and see pageant pictures that are updated daily at: http://www.shooterenterprises.com. I hope to see some of you out there for the 50th Wrangler National Finals Rodeo!

Until next time…

Hello again:

From Minot to Brookings, October has put the miles on my PT Cruiser. After an eight hour cold and rainy trip up to Minot, ND, I arrived to help with the Badlands Circuit Finals Rodeo and attend the Miss Rodeo North Dakota pageant. I was welcomed by several of the Minot Y Men’s Rodeo committee and I appreciated their wonderful hospitality! The rodeo was top notch with the voice of Boyd Polhamus and stock from South Dakota’s own Sutton Rodeo Co. and Korkow Rodeo Co. Lindy Ellis, Miss Rodeo ND and I got to play catch-up with each other while carrying flags and helping with the Mutton Bustin.

The Miss Rodeo North Dakota pageant was very hospitable and put me to work. I was able to take part not only modeling outfits from RCC Western Wear, but also I participated in the contestant dance routine and answered impromptu questions. Thank you to Lindy (MRND 2008) and Shannon for asking me to help! I had a great time and congrats to Jessinta Hammer, Miss Rodeo ND 2009!

First Chance Bonanza in Brookings, SD was my final rodeo as Miss Rodeo South Dakota. I couldn’t have asked for a better rodeo to say my final farewell at. I have worked with several stock contractors in several different arenas, but there is nothing like a Sutton rodeo in my old college town. I was joined every night by several of the state and local queens from across South Dakota whom I have shared so many wonderful memories with. The rodeo had names from the new Badlands Circuit Finals All-Around Jess Tierney to Jesse Bail and Jill Moody. This Heartland Rodeo will go towards the 2009 standings. I can’t believe it’s the start of the 2009 season already! Thanks again to Steve, Kim, Amy, Sasha, Davie, Joe, Chris, and the entire Sutton Rodeo crew for all they have done and continue to do for the sport of professional rodeo. You have made this past year special! And a special “Get well soon” goes out to Jim Sutton who underwent hip surgery. The rodeo just wasn’t the same without you!

I drove back to Wall on Sunday and headed up to Rapid City Monday morning to give my Kids Voting presentation to several of the elementary schools. I was excited to get kids ready for the election and show them how their voices do matter. You can see pictures from all of my October travels at: http://mrsd2008.blogspot.com/

I gave my last Kids Voting presentation at Wall Elementary the day before the election. I hope you remembered to go to the polls on November 4th! Then it is off to the Casey Tibbs Foundation dinner where the Trask Family will be honored as the Ranch Cowboy Family. Also, be sure to mark your calendars for November 22nd for the WNFR Send-off in Belle Fourche at the Branding Iron.

My parents and I head out to Las Vegas for the Miss Rodeo America pageant Thanksgiving Day. We will be hauling all of my clothes down in my Keifer Built Trailer sponsored by Carl’s Trailer Sales in Belle Fourche. The pageant dates are November 29 – December 6th. Be sure to check out all of the contestants at: http://www.missrodeo.com and see pageant pictures that are updated daily at: http://www.shooterenterprises.com. I hope to see some of you out there for the 50th Wrangler National Finals Rodeo!

Until next time…

Hello again:

From Minot to Brookings, October has put the miles on my PT Cruiser. After an eight hour cold and rainy trip up to Minot, ND, I arrived to help with the Badlands Circuit Finals Rodeo and attend the Miss Rodeo North Dakota pageant. I was welcomed by several of the Minot Y Men’s Rodeo committee and I appreciated their wonderful hospitality! The rodeo was top notch with the voice of Boyd Polhamus and stock from South Dakota’s own Sutton Rodeo Co. and Korkow Rodeo Co. Lindy Ellis, Miss Rodeo ND and I got to play catch-up with each other while carrying flags and helping with the Mutton Bustin.

The Miss Rodeo North Dakota pageant was very hospitable and put me to work. I was able to take part not only modeling outfits from RCC Western Wear, but also I participated in the contestant dance routine and answered impromptu questions. Thank you to Lindy (MRND 2008) and Shannon for asking me to help! I had a great time and congrats to Jessinta Hammer, Miss Rodeo ND 2009!

First Chance Bonanza in Brookings, SD was my final rodeo as Miss Rodeo South Dakota. I couldn’t have asked for a better rodeo to say my final farewell at. I have worked with several stock contractors in several different arenas, but there is nothing like a Sutton rodeo in my old college town. I was joined every night by several of the state and local queens from across South Dakota whom I have shared so many wonderful memories with. The rodeo had names from the new Badlands Circuit Finals All-Around Jess Tierney to Jesse Bail and Jill Moody. This Heartland Rodeo will go towards the 2009 standings. I can’t believe it’s the start of the 2009 season already! Thanks again to Steve, Kim, Amy, Sasha, Davie, Joe, Chris, and the entire Sutton Rodeo crew for all they have done and continue to do for the sport of professional rodeo. You have made this past year special! And a special “Get well soon” goes out to Jim Sutton who underwent hip surgery. The rodeo just wasn’t the same without you!

I drove back to Wall on Sunday and headed up to Rapid City Monday morning to give my Kids Voting presentation to several of the elementary schools. I was excited to get kids ready for the election and show them how their voices do matter. You can see pictures from all of my October travels at: http://mrsd2008.blogspot.com/

I gave my last Kids Voting presentation at Wall Elementary the day before the election. I hope you remembered to go to the polls on November 4th! Then it is off to the Casey Tibbs Foundation dinner where the Trask Family will be honored as the Ranch Cowboy Family. Also, be sure to mark your calendars for November 22nd for the WNFR Send-off in Belle Fourche at the Branding Iron.

My parents and I head out to Las Vegas for the Miss Rodeo America pageant Thanksgiving Day. We will be hauling all of my clothes down in my Keifer Built Trailer sponsored by Carl’s Trailer Sales in Belle Fourche. The pageant dates are November 29 – December 6th. Be sure to check out all of the contestants at: http://www.missrodeo.com and see pageant pictures that are updated daily at: http://www.shooterenterprises.com. I hope to see some of you out there for the 50th Wrangler National Finals Rodeo!

Until next time…