Dare Graduation held in MV recently

Miss Rodeo Utah, Bradie Jill Jones, is pictured here signing pictures and certificates for the Dare Graduates Wednesday night in Mountain View. She was the keynote speaker. COURTESY PHOTO/U.C. Sheriff Doug Matthews

MOUNTAIN VIEW — Mountain View’s Dare Graduation Wednesday night in Mountain View was a hit as 70 students graduated from the program.

Miss Rodeo Utah, Bradie Jill Jones, was the keynote speaker for the graduation. She also signed pictures and certificates for the graduates following the ceremony, according to Uinta County Sheriff Doug Matthews.

He said Jones, “Encouraged the kids to follow their dreams with grit and determination. She spoke about her trials, setbacks and awkwardness as a young girl. Brady also spoke about setting goals, making good life choices and being the ‘Best You’ possible.”

Jones has deep ties to Bridger Valley and has fond memories of visiting her grandfather's ranch in the Bridger Valley, Matthews added.


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