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NCBA Announces National Anthem Contest Winner

Mon, 28 Jun 2021 10:31:30 CDT

NCBA Announces National Anthem Contest Winner The National Cattlemen’s Beef Association (NCBA) is pleased to announce that Carrie Behlke is the winner of the 8th annual National Anthem Contest, sponsored by Norbrook. Behlke will sing the National Anthem at the 2021 Cattle Industry Convention in Nashville, Tenn., during the Opening General Session on Aug. 10, as well as at the Cowboy’s Night at the Opry event on Aug. 12.

Behlke grew up in Ohio where her family raised Charolais cattle, and she served as an Ohio FFA Officer and was Queen for the Ohio Cattlemen's Association. After college, she worked for the American Shorthorn Association and later for The Show Circuit magazine. Today, Behlke, her husband and two daughters split their time between the family ranch in southwest Nebraska where they raise cattle and corn, and High River, Alberta, where her husband is a feedlot veterinarian. In addition to being a cattlewoman, she is a professional quilter and does freelance graphic design work.

Behlke was raised in a musical family and grew up performing in church. She began studying piano at the age of seven and started playing the guitar and singing in high school. As a college student her part-time job was teaching piano lessons, and she also played the trumpet in a jazz band.

“I’m looking forward to celebrating my Midwest roots and sharing my pride as an American by singing the National Anthem in August,” says Behlke. “My great love is classic country music, so I’m particularly excited to be singing in Nashville at the Opry, which is hallowed ground to me.”

As the winner of the National Anthem Singing Contest, Behlke will receive round-trip airfare for two to Nashville, convention registration for two, a hotel room for four nights during convention, and western wear from Roper and Stetson. Online voting by the public determined the winner.

The annual Cattle Industry Convention & NCBA trade show is the oldest and largest convention for the cattle business. This year’s convention is Aug. 10-12, and features meetings and events from the NCBA, Cattlemen’s Beef Board, CattleFax, National Cattlemen’s Foundation and the American National CattleWomen. For convention information and to register, visit https://convention.ncba.org/.
   

 

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