Rodeo royalty to be determined tonight at competition
May 18, 2011 | 7864 views | 0 0 comments | 160 160 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Erika Grover
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The 2011 San Juan County Fair kicks off it’s first event of the year tonight as ten young women compete in the Blue Mountain Round-up Rodeo Queen contest.  The competition begins May 18 at 5 p.m. at the San Juan County Fairgrounds in Monticello. 

The young women compete in three areas: interview, speech and horsmanship. Speech and horsemanship events are open to the public to watch.  

A queen, a princess, and two attendants will be crowned to represent the San Juan County Fair, which opens with the Blue Mountain Round-up Rodeo August 5.  

Contestants competing in the Senior division are Erika Grover, 18, and Amanda Grover, 15, daughters of Erik and Janalee Grover of Blanding; Loren Randall, 18, daughter of Sanford and Laurie Randall of Monticello; Taralee Frost, 15, daughter of Alan and Debbie Frost of Monticello; and Abigail Hatcher, 17, daughter of Keith and Rachael Hatcher of Blanding.

Contestants competing in the Junior division are Kiley Tracy, 10, daughter of Charley and Kim Tracy of Monticello; Megan Grover, 12, daughter of Preston and Tara Grover of Blanding;  Krista Grover, 13, daughter of Erik and Janalee Grover of Blanding; and Kylee Fullmer, 14, and Shelby Fullmer, 12, daughters of Kyle and Melissa Fullmer of Monticello.
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