Miss Rodeo Missouri Featured At Missouri Day Parade
Date 2013/10/8 5:20:00 | Topic: News
|For the first time in the history of the Missouri Day Festival parade, the young lady bearing the title of Miss Rodeo Missouri will among the featured guests. |
Twenty-three year old Lorryn Bolte will join other special dignitaries promoting the festival theme “Honoring Our Agricultural Heritage.”
A recent graduate of the University of Missouri-Columbia, Miss Bolte hails from Bowling Green, Missouri. The daughter of Mike and Karen Bolte, Lorryn graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Animal Science and a double minor in International Agriculture and International Business Economics. Additionally, she emphasized Equine and Poultry Production in her college education.
At MIZZOU, Miss Bolte was a member of Sigma Alpha and participated on both the Livestock and Meats Judging Teams.
A 2009 graduate of Bowling Green High School, Lorryn has been a long-time member of 4-H and the Future Farmers of America.
Miss Bolte is currently employed by the Novus International, Inc. in St. Charles, Missouri as well as making plans to represent Missouri in the Miss Rodeo America Pageant scheduled for this December in Las Vegas.
The appearance of Miss Rodeo Missouri to the 29th annual Missouri Day Festival parade is corporately sponsored by Robert & Peggy Robinson and Veach Saddlery Company of Trenton. The October 19th parade now has over 200 entries including 29 high school bands in town participating in the parade competition of the annual Missouri Day Marching Band Festival.