Little Miss Rodeo, All-Around Cowboy contestants, canister locations announced

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FORT MADISON – 2017 Little Miss Rodeo and All-Around Cowboy contestants and their canister locations have been announced. Canisters will be in place August 11th through the 26th.

Little Miss Rodeo Contestants:

**Allie Ehlers, Age 7, Daughter of Mike & Renee Ehlers of Fort Madison Canister Location: Hy-Vee Gas of Ft. Madison

**Brooklyn Harvey-Orton, Age 6, Daughter of Amy Orton, Heath Hawthorne and AJ Harvey all of Fort Madison Canister Location: Sub Arena

**Presleigh Johnson, Age 5, Daughter of Curtis & Amanda Johnson of Fort Madison Canister Location: Hall’s Ice Cream

**Aubryianna Burke, Age 6, Daughter of Travis & Lacy Gustafson of Denmark Canister Location: Huffman’s Farm & Home of Fort Madison

**Macy Butler, Age 6, Daughter of Zeb & Kayla Butler of Keokuk Canister Location: Beck’s of Keokuk

**Lauren Andrews, Age 5, Daughter of Rusty & Devan Andrews of Fort Madison Canister Location: Dollhouse Dreams

**Allee Rose Booten, Age 6 Daughter of David Booten & Carman Kaufman of Denmark Canister Location: 4 B Tack & More

**Breonna Stewart, Age 7 Daughter of Brenda Stewart of Bloomfield, IA Canister Location: Lee County Bank

**Melanie Sims, Age 6  Daughter of Erins Sims of Fort Madison  Canister Location:  Fast Break

 All-Around Cowboy Contestants:

**Ryan Rose, Age 7, Son of Josh & Heather Rose of Keokuk. Canister Location: Beck’s of Keokuk

**Holden Pezley, Age 5, Son of Travis & Katelyn Pezley of Montrose Canister Location: Casey’s in Donnellson

**Tate Markell, Age 6, Son of Kami Markell & Brent Knustrom. Canister Location: 4 B Tack & More

**Terren Donlan, Age 5, Son of Jessica Donlan of Burlington Canister Location: Lee County Bank

This year’s event is to be held on Monday, September 4 at 6:30 p.m. at the Tri-State Rodeo Arena. The night of the event, contestants will be interviewed and have a chance to showcase their talent. Judges will score the children on personality, attire, interview and talent. Judges have no knowledge of how much money each contestant has collected in their canister. In the event of a tie, the amount in the canister will help determine the winner.

A portion of the money collected in the canisters goes to Miss Rodeo Iowa to help defray traveling expenses as she competes for the coveted title of Miss Rodeo America in Las Vegas this coming December.

Each contestant will receive a goodie bag for participating, however only one girl and one boy can win the title of Little Miss Rodeo & All-Around Cowboy.

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