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Smith named Miss Rodeo South Dakota Lady in Waiting

Courtney Smith of Rapid City, SD earned the title of Miss Rodeo South Dakota Lady-In-Waiting after a week-long competition that included numerous interviews, horsemanship, modeling, public speaking and rodeo appearances during the 89th annual Black Hills Roundup Rodeo. She was awarded the Personality, Appearance, Speech, Knowledge Test and Horsemanship award categories on her way to earning the title announced at the July 3rd Roundup Rodeo.

Smith is a 2004 graduate of Stevens High School as well as a recent South Dakota State University (SDSU) graduate in May of 2008 where she majored in Mass Communications with a minor in Business. She was as an active rider on the Varsity Women’s SDSU Equestrian Team, a SDSU Collegian newspaper photographer and on the dean’s list throughout her education at SDSU. Courtney is the 22-year-old daughter of Tom and Deanna Smith of Rapid City.

Courtney is the reining 2007 Miss Range Days Rodeo Queen and was the 2003 Jr. Miss Rodeo South Dakota, 2005 Black Hills Stock Show and Rodeo Queen, and the 2005-2006 South Dakota State 4-H Rodeo Ambassador. As a fourth generation cowgirl of South Dakota, rodeo has always been a great passion for Courtney and she is looking forward to her official reign as the 2009 Miss Rodeo South Dakota which will begin in January 2009 at her coronation celebration.

Courtney Smith of Rapid City, SD earned the title of Miss Rodeo South Dakota Lady-In-Waiting after a week-long competition that included numerous interviews, horsemanship, modeling, public speaking and rodeo appearances during the 89th annual Black Hills Roundup Rodeo. She was awarded the Personality, Appearance, Speech, Knowledge Test and Horsemanship award categories on her way to earning the title announced at the July 3rd Roundup Rodeo.

Smith is a 2004 graduate of Stevens High School as well as a recent South Dakota State University (SDSU) graduate in May of 2008 where she majored in Mass Communications with a minor in Business. She was as an active rider on the Varsity Women’s SDSU Equestrian Team, a SDSU Collegian newspaper photographer and on the dean’s list throughout her education at SDSU. Courtney is the 22-year-old daughter of Tom and Deanna Smith of Rapid City.

Courtney is the reining 2007 Miss Range Days Rodeo Queen and was the 2003 Jr. Miss Rodeo South Dakota, 2005 Black Hills Stock Show and Rodeo Queen, and the 2005-2006 South Dakota State 4-H Rodeo Ambassador. As a fourth generation cowgirl of South Dakota, rodeo has always been a great passion for Courtney and she is looking forward to her official reign as the 2009 Miss Rodeo South Dakota which will begin in January 2009 at her coronation celebration.

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Courtney Smith of Rapid City, SD earned the title of Miss Rodeo South Dakota Lady-In-Waiting after a week-long competition that included numerous interviews, horsemanship, modeling, public speaking and rodeo appearances during the 89th annual Black Hills Roundup Rodeo. She was awarded the Personality, Appearance, Speech, Knowledge Test and Horsemanship award categories on her way to earning the title announced at the July 3rd Roundup Rodeo.

Smith is a 2004 graduate of Stevens High School as well as a recent South Dakota State University (SDSU) graduate in May of 2008 where she majored in Mass Communications with a minor in Business. She was as an active rider on the Varsity Women’s SDSU Equestrian Team, a SDSU Collegian newspaper photographer and on the dean’s list throughout her education at SDSU. Courtney is the 22-year-old daughter of Tom and Deanna Smith of Rapid City.

Courtney is the reining 2007 Miss Range Days Rodeo Queen and was the 2003 Jr. Miss Rodeo South Dakota, 2005 Black Hills Stock Show and Rodeo Queen, and the 2005-2006 South Dakota State 4-H Rodeo Ambassador. As a fourth generation cowgirl of South Dakota, rodeo has always been a great passion for Courtney and she is looking forward to her official reign as the 2009 Miss Rodeo South Dakota which will begin in January 2009 at her coronation celebration.