The Superior Lions Club is seeking applicants for its 2019 Rodeo Princess and Junior Rodeo Princess. The Princess and Junior Princess will serve along this year’s 2019 Rodeo Queen Emma Hill at the Go for the Gold Rodeo on Friday, Aug. 2 and Saturday, Aug. 3 at the Mineral County Fair. The competition is open to all Mineral County young women between the ages 13 and 20. They must have been a Mineral County resident for at least six months and show involvement in community service. They will also be tested on horsemanship and knowledge. The winning candidate for the Rodeo Princess will receive $50 cash and a $50 gift certificate to Mountain West Co-Op (Cenex) to help pay for her outfit. The Junior Rodeo Princess and Rodeo Princess will receive a custom handmade sash from world renowned sash maker Wendy Russ. The winner in the Junior Rodeo Princess competition will advance to Princess next year and Queen the following year. Hill, this year’s Rodeo Queen, will receive $200 cash and a $50 gift certificate from Cenex. The Rodeo Princess will receive $150 cash and a $50 gift certificate from Cenex. Both the Queen and the princess will receive genuine silver crowns, made by Montana Silversmiths, donated by Lincoln’s Silver Dollar Bar. The application deadline for the Superior Lions Rodeo Princess 2019 contest is Wednesday, June 19. Applications are available at Alberton Feed and Supply, Castles Market in Superior, Idaho Forest Group in St. Regis, and all three Mineral County high schools. Contact Shawn Heyer for more information. Home: 406-822-4553. Cell: (496) 241-3678. E-mail: email@example.com.
Superior Lions Club seeking Rodeo Princess applicants
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