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Minidoka County Fair & Rodeo

July 27th-August 1st, 2020








Connie Studer





Connie Studer grew up a city girl participating in 4-H.  She met her husband Bob, at Idaho State University.  As they started their life together, they moved to Rupert to be with Bob’s family on the family Dairy.  She learned to love the farm life working beside her husband driving corn and hay truck, feeding and caring for the cows and calves, and raising their 4 children.

            Connie was a stay at home mom, active in the PTO and her church.  As soon as the oldest turned 9 years old she became a 4-H leader.  She has been involved for 26 years serving as President, Secretary and Treasurer of the 4-H Leaders Association, on the Food Booth Committee, the 4-H Camp Board, and on the District Leaders Forum Committee.  She has received the Distinguished Leader Award as well.

            Connie’s 3 daughters are also 4-H Leaders and volunteers and the oldest of her 7 grandchildren are getting involved as well.  Connie has given a lifetime of service to the community through the 4-H program helping many children learn and grow through their participation.  She has served our county well this past year as our Grandma Queen.




Here’s how to nominate someone to be the 2020 Grandma Queen.

The Lady must be 50 plus years old and a Grandmother.  Write a letter telling why you think she should be the next Grandma Queen. 

Letter must be received by July 26th.

Minidoka County Fairboard

PO Box 151, Rupert, Idaho 83350

Put your name and a daytime phone number on the letter so we can contact you.

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