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Jenna Langer, 2017-2018
Phillipsburg Rodeo Queen.

 

Lexi Luce Phillipsburg Rodeo Queen Jenna Langer is the 2017-2018 Phillipsburg rodeo queen.

The twenty-year-old cowgirl, a resident of Superior, Neb., was crowned in August of 2017 and will wear the sash till August of 2018.

 She is a student at Cloud County (Kan.) Community College, where she is majoring in ag education. She will graduate from CCCC in May of 2018 and hopes to go on to school at Kansas State University.

A 2016 graduate of Superior (Neb.) High School, she was involved in 4-H as president and vice-president of the Webber Wide Awake 4-H Club, was a member of FFA, student council, participated in cross-country, speech and drama, the Community Service Club, and was on high honor roll.

 In college, she is captain of the Thunderbolts Dance Team, a member of the horse and livestock judging teams, the equestrian team, is vice-president of public relations for Phi Beta Kappa (an honor society), and is secretary of her school’s collegiate FFA chapter.

 She has earned her American FFA degree, a degree which less than one percent of FFA members achieve, and after college, plans on teaching ag education and be an FFA advisor.

 Langer got her start in rodeo queen pageants through a friend, who was competing for a rodeo princess title. Langer went with her friend, and realized she enjoyed it. Having grown up on farm with a cow-calf operation and producing corn and soybeans, it was a good fit for her. She enjoys traveling, talking to people and making new friends.

Langer served as the Webster County (Neb.) Rodeo Princess in 2012, was the Nuckolls County (Neb.) Rodeo Queen in 2013, the Southwest Nebraska Rodeo Queen two years ago (McCook, Neb.), and the Oregon Trail Rodeo Queen (Hastings, Neb.) last year.

 She has a younger sister, Lacey, who is fifteen. She is the daughter of Larry and Jody Langer.

 
 

Contact Joni Hilburn (785 664-8064) or Heather McClain (785 543-8502) for more information.


Jenna would like to thank her sponsors and the Rodeo Committee. Without their donations and hard work this would not be possible.

Crossroads Veterinary Clinic First National Bank  
Don’s TV Hugunin Retail Liquor Phillipsburg Rodeo Committee
Horseshoe Bar and Grill Cliff’s Welding Service Phillipsburg Rodeo Queen Committee
Phillips County Abstract & Title Company Matteson Motors First State Bank - Norton, Kan.
Cottonwood Inn Wick’s Muffler and Auto Service  John Hopson
American Family Insurance - Dana Grammon Sidles Automotive Anna Schremmer
Performance Cycle Pizza Hut Runnion Signs
Farm Bureau -Agent Shane Kinter Hair Etc  Sign Solutions
New Age Industrial Krystal Roth Dan & Janet McClain
Rogers and Associates Ins., Inc. Orscheln Farm and Home Phillips County Fair Board
Russ' Jewelry All in Stitches Joni Hilburn
Sawyer’s Ace Hardware Chubby Pickle Chad McClurg
Ferguson Angus Shelly Ann's Cafe Heather McClain
Dr. Bill Miller, DDS Chicken Inn The Logan Republican
Farmer’s State Bank Curly Willow II The Western Wishbone
Sage & Sage Law Offices Phillipsburg Wine Cellar Edward Jones Investments - Doug Isernhagen
BIH Plumbing & Electric, Inc Mapes and Miller CPA Dr. Ron Juenemann
Coomes, Inc Landmark Implement, Inc NAPA Auto Parts
Farmers National Bank Prairie Horizon Agri-Energy LLC Farmers & Ranchers Outlet
Miles Furniture Great Plains Health Alliance Rodeway Inn & Suites
Rangeland Cooperatives Heritage Insurance Rustic Rebel
Witmer Drug Store Rollin’ J Salon & Boutique J&R Liquor
3rd Street Barber Shop The Advocate Brooke Boyington
Phillipsburg Lockers Phillips County Review MaryAnn Schremmer
Blossoms and Butterflies KKAN/KQMA  
Willer’s Casual Dining Lorie Campbell  
Hair and Beyond Third Street Bakery  
Dave’s 36 Station The Broken Board  
Thompson Family Chiropractic Shea Michelle Buckle Designs