Miss Omak Stampede 2015
82nd annual omak stampede
Hello and welcome to the 82nd Annual Omak Stampede and World Famous Suicide Race. I am pleased and honored to represent the Omak Stampede this year as the 2015 Queen. Becoming the 2015 Miss Omak Stampede Queen will give me the opportunity to represent and serve a magnificent rodeo that has touched many lives throughout our county and worldwide. I strive to make a difference, serve our community and become more involved with the lives of everyone around me. I love being a role model for both younger and older generations and pass on the values that are important to me. My heart lies with rodeo. It is an honor and absolute dream come true to represent Omak as the ambassador for the great sport of rodeo as Miss Omak Stampede. I was a part of FFA for 4 years and served as the President of the FFA for 2 of those years. I was also on the ASB board and Captain of the Cheer Squad while in Oroville Jr. /Sr. High School. In 2013, it was an honor to represent Okanogan County as Okanogan County Fair Queen. I enjoy rodeos, snowboarding, reading, swimming, bike riding and trap shooting. Currently, I am attending Eastern Washington University. I want to thank all those who helped me fulfill my dream of becoming 2015 Miss OmakStampede. I am committed and have the drive to get things done with a positive attitude. I am proud to be the Queen and Ambassador for Omak and our extended communities. The adventures and opportunities that are scheduled for this coming year will be exciting, life changing and with me forever. I hope you enjoy all of the fun-filled events that take place during the Omak Stampede and World Famous Suicide Race. It is ALWAYS the second full weekend in August!