Photo by: Amanda Luelling Film and Photo
Please join us in congratulating our inaugural 2023-2024 Miss High Desert Stampede, Linnae Roeder!!!
Born and raised in the small town of Wamic, Oregon, Linnae is the daughter of Frank and Coral Anne Roeder. She learned the value of hard work, agriculture, and her
love of God at a very young age. These values led her to devoting her summers to volunteering at Camp Morrow/Morrow Ranch Bible Camp. Over her nine years there, she worked her way to one of the top spots, eventually working as their horsemanship director and lead instructor.
Morrow Ranch is also where she met her right hand man and best friend, a 1500lb angel with a size two metal shoe. Moose is the go-to horse, whether it be giving someone a horsemanship lesson, backing into the roping box to make those entry fees count, or flying around the arena carrying a girl who’s waving at the crowd with a wide smile.
2024 is Linnae’s last year at Blue Mountain Community College, where she is about to earn a degree in Livestock Production. During her studies, Linnae has been certified for Preg-testing and A.I. in livestock. Linnae also works at a local hat company. In her free time, she rodeos for BMCC in breakaway and team roping.
Linnae is ecstatic to represent Redmond and the PRCA as your 2024 Miss High Desert Stampede. Linnae and Moose look forward to seeing you in April for the High Desert Stampede as they will be “Bringing You The Stars.”
Prov. 31:25 “She is clothed with strength and Dignity and laughs at the days to come; she is in the hands of God.”