Weather

Wednesday, August 22, 2012

Chelsea Stokke crowned Miss Rodeo Pincher Creek 2012


Chris Davis, Pincher Creek Voice

Miss Rodeo Pincher Creek 2012 Chelsea Stokke
C. Davis photo
On Sunday, August 19, in a ceremony performed during the last day of the Pincher Creek Pro Rodeo, Jodie Dunbar relinquished her Miss Rodeo Pincher Creek crown to Chelsea Stokke, who was Little Miss Rodeo Pincher Creek 2011.

Stokke is a recent graduate from Matthew Halton High School in Pincher Creek.  Over the past year she has helped Dunbar represent Pincher Creek and the Agricultural Society at countless events, and has always done so with poise and charm.

Miss Rodeo Pincher Creek 2011 Jodie Dunbar
C. Davis photo
After the ceremony, Jodie Dunbar reflected briefly on her experience as Miss Rodeo Pincher Creek. "I went to lots of charity events this year," she said. "Pincher Creek is a beautiful place, with beautiful people in it, and I had a great time.  I went to a couple of rodeos.  It's amazing to see the countryside, and to meet all the people in it, and I had a tremendous experience as a rodeo queen."

"Next I hope to continue my work at Farming Smarter.  It's a research station in Lethbridge Alberta, and hopefully become a certified crop agronomist." She has one year of study left at the University of Lethbridge.

"She's going to do an awesome job.  She's a great lady."

The soft spoken new Miss Rodeo Pincher Creek was beaming with delight.  "I'm very very proud."  Of her last year as Little Miss Pincher Creek Miss Stokke said  "Meeting the important people I did... it was just an amazing time, it was awesome."

Miss Rodeo Taber, Miss Rodeo Pincher Creek,
 and Miss Strathmore Stampede

C. Davis photo 
corrected for accuracy, Aug. 22

No comments:

Post a Comment

Thanks for taking the time to comment. Comments are moderated before being published. Please be civil.

Infinite Scroll