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WHAT TYPE OF LADY DOES

MISS RODEO NEBRASKA SYMBOLIZE?


  1. A lady who wishes to be a leader in her community and who further promotes the western way of life.

  2. A lady who loves horses and everything they represent and who wants to show the rest of the world what can be accomplished in a western environment.

  3. A lady who desires to act as an official representative of rodeo, portraying good sportsmanship and high moral and ethical character and reflecting careful and humane treatment of animals. She should understand the sport of rodeo in its entirety, with enough knowledge to be able to explain and “sell” rodeo to anyone with whom she may come in contact. She should be able to speak intelligently, with dignity and with a sincere interest in rodeo. She should realize the Miss Rodeo Nebraska Pageant is not a beauty pageant; however, she should act, speak and dress according to the prestige the title deserves.

  4. An ambitious lady who is interested in furthering her chosen career.


WHO IS MISS RODEO NEBRASKA?
Miss Rodeo Nebraska is a young lady who strives to promote the State of Nebraska and the sport of professional rodeo, and in so doing, promotes the great western way of life. Miss Rodeo Nebraska is a talented, personable horsewoman with a vast knowledge of the sport of rodeo, the equine industry and the State of Nebraska. She is a young lady who enjoys travel and who has a sincere interest in garnering educational experiences which will assist in laying a solid foundation for her future.

MISS RODEO NEBRASKA WINNERS

& MISS RODEO AMERICA HONORS

1955-1956 Dallas (Hunt) George, Payson, AZ

1956 MID-WEST REG MRA @ AK-SAR-BEN

1957 MISS RODEO AMERICA

2014 MRA Hall of Fame

1957 Laura (Cameron) Klug, Maxwell, NE

MID-WEST REG MRA @ AK-SAR-BEN

1959 MRA 2nd RUNNER-UP

2015 MRA Hall of Fame 2015

1958 Julie (Bowers) Wiltse, Cincinnati, OH

1959 Beverly (Kicken) Jensen (deceased)

MRA HORSEMANSHIP

1960 Christine (Iram) McGinley (deceased)

1961 Kathie O’Brien, Denton, NE

MRA 1st RUNNER-UP,

MRA HORSEMANSHIP

1962 Marilee (Helms) Jirkovsky, Juanita, NE

MRA 2nd RUNNER-UP

1963 Mary Lou (Farner) Bird, Cozad, NE

1964 Sharon Kay (Larson) Rosander, Wolbach, NE

1965 Patricia (Hamburger) Larson, Scottsbluff, NE

1966 Nancy Ann (Simmons) Brannon, Waco, TX

1967 MISS RODEO AMERICA

MRA PERSONALITY & APPEARANCE

1967 Jean (Mohr) Estill, Amelia, NE

1968 Ann (Wendell) Mills, Belmont, CA

MRA HORSEMANSHIP

1969 Rhonda (Christensen) Richardson,

Fullerton, NE

1970 Kay Wilson, Mesa, AZ

1971 Maureen Manning, Hemmingford, NE

1972 Chris (Ferguson) Peterson, Grand Island, NE

1973 Teri (Holscher) Harris, Fort Morgan, CO

MRA 1st RUNNER-UP

1974 Ruth (Krajewski) Saltz, Benkleman, NE

1975 Melanie (Kaliff) Bachman, Grand Island, NE

1976 Susan (Hagadone) Zulkoski, Ord, NE

1977 Vicki (Kennedy) Weseman, Hastings, NE

MRA TOP 10 FINALIST

1978 Jeanne (Kral) Jeffrey, Loveland, CO

1979 Tana (Svoboda) Brinkman, Erickson, NE

1980 Shelli (Bokoskie) Wingett, Papillion, NE

1981 Ginger ten Bensel, Hastings, NE

1982 Robin (Sellman) Meeks, Taylor, NE

1983 Chris (Wallace) Stage, Chandler, AZ

GOVERNOR’S SPEECH

1984 Johna (Klug) Niedfelt, Grand Island, NE

MRA HORSEMANSHIP

TOP 10 FINALIST

1985 Lisa (Reiter) Petska, Collinsville, TX

1986 Hanna (Doyle) Warren, Tryon, NE

1987 Jana (Powles) Jensen, Bingham, NE

MRA 2nd RUNNER-UP

MRA APPEARANCE & PERSONALITY

1988 Jodee (Coffman) Bell, Burwell, NE

1989 Christi (Copsey) Gaffney, Anselmo, NE

1990 Lisa (Poese) Jamison, Ashby, NE

1991 MISS RODEO AMERICA

MRA PERSONALITY & HORSEMANSHIP

1991 Holly (Hornung) Remund, Arnold, NE

MRA CONGENIALITY

1992 Laurie Baker, Elko, NV

1993 Kelley (Jensen) Ostrom, Dodge City, KS

1994 Suzzette (Gaudreault) Sitorius, Gothenburg, NE

1995 Renee Ferguson, Broken Bow, NE

MRA TOP 10 FINALIST

1996 Angie (Jones) Gardner, Nora, NE

MRA TOP 10 FINALIST

1997 Stacy (Watkins) Bash, Springfield, MO

1998 Alison (Meyer) Osborne, Hastings, NE

MRA TOP 10 FINALIST

1999 Halie (Forre) Whitaker, Chambers, NE

2000 Kamera (Ferrell) Coles, Denver, CO

MRA TOP 5 FINALIST

2001 Lindy (Nicholson) Kaufholtz, Tulsa, OK

2002 Lori (Bortner) Harding, Cambridge, NE

2003 MISS RODEO AMERICA

MRA PERSONALITY

2003 Lynn Welker, Kilgore, NE

2004 Lindy (Quaney) Hiatt, North Platte, NE

MRA CENTRAL REGION SCHOLARSHIP

SCRAPBOOK - 3rd place

2005 Alesa (Chrisman) Jones, Anselmo, NE

2006 Ashley (Rice) Gerlach, Cambridge, NE

2007 Erin (Robbins) Mitchell, Ameila, NE

2008 Kristen (Schott) Wolken, Madison, NE

MRA TOP 10 FINALIST

2009 Amy Amack, Gilette, WY

RANDOM SCHOLARSHIP WINNER

2010 Michelle Boeshart, Clinton, OK

MRA 3rd RUNNER-UP

WPRA CHAP AWARD WINNER

2011 Becky Grimm, North Platte, NE

2012 Sierra Peterson, Kearney, NE

MRA TOP 10 FINALIST

WPRA CHAP AWARD WINNER

WRITTEN TEST CO-WINNER

2013 Samantha Chytka, Broken Bow, NE

2014 Gina Jespersen, Hemingford, NE

TOP TEN FINALIST

2015 Joni Qualm, Ericson, NE

TOP TEN FINALIST

2016 Emily Taylor, Battle Creek, NE




THE HISTORY OF THE MISS RODEO NEBRASKA PAGEANT
The concept of Miss Rodeo America was developed in 1955 by a group of gentlemen under the name International Rodeo Management. The same year, the first Miss Rodeo Nebraska, Dallas Hunt George of Lincoln, Nebraska, was crowned in Burwell, Nebraska. Dallas won the regional title in Omaha, Nebraska at the Ak-Sar-Ben Rodeo in 1956 and went on to compete and win the Miss Rodeo America title in 1957. In 2014, Dallas was inducted into the Miss Rodeo America Hall of Fame.
In 1957, Laura (Lolly) Cameron Klug won the title of Miss Rodeo Nebraska, as well as the regional title at Ak-Sar-Ben, and further competed at Miss Rodeo America. In 1959, Lolly was selected Buffalo Bill Rodeo Queen and given the title of Miss Rodeo Northwest. She then competed a second time at Miss Rodeo America where she was selected second runner-up. In 2015, Lolly was inducted into the Miss Rodeo America Hall of Fame.
In 1991, after thirty-six years of the Miss Rodeo Nebraska Pageant being held in Burwell, Nebraska, the pageant was moved to Nebraska’s official state celebration, NEBRASKAland DAYS and the Buffalo Bill PRCA Rodeo in North Platte, Nebraska. In addition, NEBRASKAland DAYS began presenting a $1,000 scholarship each year to the young woman chosen as Miss Rodeo Nebraska. The Miss Rodeo Nebraska Scholarship Program has continued to grow and at this time is able to award over $16,000 in scholarships and tuition.
The pageant that began in 1955 continues to be held annually in North Platte to select a young lady who has the desire and enthusiasm to serve as a goodwill ambassador for the sport of rodeo and for the State of Nebraska.


EXPECTATIONS OF POTENTIAL CONTESTANTS
Contestants competing for the title of Miss Rodeo Nebraska, as well as the reigning Miss Rodeo Nebraska, are in the public eye twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week. You represent not only yourselves, but also the Miss Rodeo Nebraska Association, Inc., Nebraska rodeos and the State of Nebraska. You are a role model for children, teens, other area rodeo queens and all who will one day seek the title of Miss Rodeo Nebraska. Therefore, it is very important that your conduct be exemplary at all times and that you are always appropriately dressed for a queen. The public will recognize you even when you are not at a scheduled appearance.
We would like to point out a few areas that the Miss Rodeo Nebraska Association, Inc. feels play a large role in achieving acceptable moral and ethical character:

  • Language: Language will be grammatically correct to the best of the individual’s capability. Slang or swearing will not be tolerated. Conversations will not be lewd in nature.

  • Dress: Dress should be appropriate to the activity. Extremely low-cut or provocative clothing will not be allowed. Pierced earrings may be worn (preferably only one set of earrings). All other pierced jewelry is not acceptable. Tattoos must be covered at all times.

  • Publicity/Internet/Modeling: No suggestive or sexually explicit photography will be allowed. This type of advertising does not project the ideals of a Miss Rodeo Nebraska or the Miss Rodeo Nebraska Association, Inc.

  • Social Media: Your posts on any social media platform should always reflect exemplary conduct. Please conduct yourself accordingly through your words and photos.


GENERAL WORDS OF ADVICE FOR POTENTIAL/REIGNING ROYALTY


  • If you are having doubts about something you are about to do, DON’T DO IT!

  • If it doesn’t read well on the front page of a newspaper, DON’T DO IT!

  • You are guilty by association, so watch the company you keep.

  • As a titleholder, you have the responsibility to represent the Miss Rodeo Nebraska Association, Inc. in a professional manner, but more importantly, you are representing yourself.

  • You will be evaluated and critiqued everywhere you go, particularly when you are visiting outside of your hometown or state. Talk it, walk it, act it.

  • Sell Yourself. Stand tall, think tall, smile tall and live tall.

  • Continue to work until the job is done and don’t complain.

  • Be a good listener.

  • Never be late, always be responsible and ALWAYS be a lady.


The Miss Rodeo Nebraska Association, Inc. looks forward to assisting young women to reach their goals; however, applications for the Pageant may be denied or a crown may be removed if it is determined that a potential contestant or a Miss Rodeo Nebraska titleholder has violated any code of conduct.
CONTESTANT ELIGIBILITY


  1. Contestant must not be less than nineteen nor more than twenty-six years of age at the time in which they would compete in the Miss Rodeo America Pageant.

  2. Contestant must be a citizen of the United States of America and a legal resident of the State of Nebraska for at least one year prior to the entry closing date for the Miss Rodeo Nebraska Pageant. Legal residency shall be determined by a valid driver’s license issued by the State of Nebraska and/or a voter’s registration card. Proof of residency must be provided with the Pageant entry.

  3. Contestant shall not be a previous Miss Rodeo Nebraska or held the title of Miss Rodeo in any other state, nor shall she have previously competed in the Miss Rodeo America Pageant.

  4. Contestant must have obtained a high school diploma or equivalent of a high school education.

  5. Contestant certifies that she is not currently married and has never been married.

  6. Contestant certifies that she is not a parent of any child and that she is not and has never been pregnant nor terminated a pregnancy.

  7. Contestant certifies she has never been charged and/or determined to have committed any crime of moral turpitude, nor has she had a title removed for any reason.

  8. Contestant shall execute all required consents and/or waivers prior to competition.

  9. Contestant grants permission to the Miss Rodeo Nebraska Pageant Committee/Miss Rodeo Nebraska Association, Inc. to verify any and all information contained on her application and attests that the information she has provided is true.

  10. Contestant agrees to abide by Pageant rules. Should circumstances occur that a Contestant is conducting herself in an improper manner, a meeting of the Miss Rodeo Nebraska Pageant Committee will be held and proper measures will be taken, with the most severe being disqualification for infractions.

  11. The Committee feels it is the duty and obligation of anyone in a competition of this status to portray the highest of moral and ethical standards, show the true ideals of young womanhood and set an example above reproach.

  12. The winner of the Pageant agrees to not marry during the year of her reign. If she should marry or become pregnant, she will forfeit all prizes and monies received from the Pageant and during her reign as Miss Rodeo Nebraska and her title will go to the first runner-up.

  13. Any decision by the Miss Rodeo Nebraska Association, Inc.’s Executive Board to prohibit an applicant participating in the Miss Rodeo Nebraska Pageant competition is final and completely at the Board’s discretion.

  14. If the Contestant holds a title when competing for the title of Miss Rodeo Nebraska, the following requirements must be met: It is the Contestant’s responsibility to contact the committee of whom she holds the crown and obtain a letter of approval from that committee to compete in the Miss Rodeo Nebraska Pageant. This letter is due on April 1st, the contest deadline. If the Contestant should win the title of Miss Rodeo Nebraska, she will represent the title of Miss Rodeo Nebraska Lady-in-Waiting in all state appearances with the exception of that previous title’s rodeo. The newly-crowned Miss Rodeo Nebraska Lady-in-Waiting will have until November 1st of the same year to finish the reign of her previous title. All decisions are made at the discretion of the Executive Board of the Miss Rodeo Nebraska Association, Inc.

  15. Contestant shall not have previously had her Miss Rodeo Nebraska Pageant application denied, have been disqualified or had the title of Miss Rodeo Nebraska forfeited in the past.

  16. All contestants vying for the title of Miss Rodeo Nebraska are requested to attend the Miss Rodeo Nebraska pre-Pageant meeting. This will be held April 16, 2016, in North Platte, Nebraska, and you will receive notification of the meeting location and time. A parent or guardian is requested to attend as well. Failure to participate could result in a reduction of points by the Miss Rodeo Nebraska Pageant Judges. Should an emergency situation arise where attendance is not possible, please submit a written letter stating your reason for nonattendance to Linda Evans, Contestant Recruitment Chairman, for review by the Judges.


ENTRY FORMS
The Miss Rodeo Nebraska Pageant Chairperson shall receive the official entry forms postmarked no later than April 1, 2016. The following will be required with the application:

  • Non-refundable entry fee of $225.

  • Signed and completed entry application.

  • Five color, billfold-size head and shoulder photos of the same pose.

  • Proof of residency.

  • Proof of high school graduation or equivalent.

  • A copy of your birth certificate.

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