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During CFR, Miss Rodeo Canada 2017, Ali Mullin, ends her reign and passes on the crown to Miss Rodeo Canada 2018. You can watch the 5 cotnestatns vying for the title this yeart at the 2018 Pageant Public Events, which CFCW proudly sponsors:
November 8, 2017
10:00am – 12:00pm
Edmonton Expo Centre, Hall D
Tickets:$10.00 at the door
Public Speaking Competition
November 9, 2017
4:00pm – 6:00pm
Chateau Lacombe, Lacombe Room
Tickets:$10.00 at the door
Miss Rodeo Canada 2018 Crowning at the CFR
November 10, 2017
Rodeo Starts at 7:30pm
Tickets at Ticketmaster
20-year-old Brittney Chomistek is the fourth generation raised on family land NE of Medicine Hat. Over the years, Brittney's passion for horses led her to become a Saddles and Spurs 4H member, participate in all-breed horse shows, and begin training in Mounted Shooting. This third year, Bachelor of Elementary Education student has a goal of teaching grade one in a rural school. Brittney volunteers as head coach for a junior high boys' basketball team, does agricultural classroom presentations, and is the Youth Ambassador and spokesperson for the SE Alberta United Way. These duties complement Brittney's desire to make a difference with children, as many of the United Way programs focus on helping vulnerable families through difficult times.
Horses, cattle and the western way of life are what Cayley Peltzer holds close to her heart. This 20-year-old was born and raised on a Rosemary, Alberta mixed farm alongside her parents and younger twin brothers. Riding horses before she could walk Cayley credits 15 years in Pony Club and 10 years in the 4H program for the development of her riding skills. English & western horse shows, rodeos and brandings consumed all her spare time. Graduating this spring from Lakeland College with a diploma in Agribusiness, she now spends her time volunteering and educating today's rural and urban youth about agriculture, rodeo and our western heritage. After her role of representing the sport of rodeo ends, she plans to return to college to obtain her Animal Health Technician diploma and pursue a career in animal health while developing her own businesses.
''You win, or you learn", a quote that Emily Marston feels has helped guide her in life. This 22-year old is no stranger to equestrian competition. Growing up on a farm north of Airdrie, Emily Marston has been blessed with the best of both worlds, a Western and English riding background. She found her passion for constant improvement by becoming an all-round horsewoman. A 16 year veteran of Canadian Pony Club, Emily has been fortunate to represent Alberta's South region at multiple National competitions across Canada, sharing her love of horses and Canada's western heritage from B.C. to P.E.I. When she's not in the saddle or helping with chores at home, Emily can be found in the classroom at Olds College, working towards a degree in Environmental Science. After obtaining her degree she hopes to work in this field, ensuring that agriculture and its future are well represented.
Kyla Williams is a 21-year-old avid horsewoman who resides on an acreage just north of Gibbons, Alberta and is currently working on her Marketing and Media diploma at NAIT in Edmonton AB. Since 2005, Kyla has participated in 4H through the Gibbons 4H Lighthorse Club honing her skills of public speaking, horsemanship, leadership, mentoring and community service. 4H and its community led Kyla to Rodeo and Team Roping. Kyla has a strong passion for representing the sport of rodeo and our Canadian western heritage. In 2015, Kyla was crowned with the title of Miss Rodeo Sundre and was honored to represent the Sundre Pro Rodeo Association and the town of Sundre while traveling around Alberta educating rodeo fans about our western culture. "It is very critical that we educate and share our knowledge about rodeo and the western way of life to individuals who are unfamiliar with the sport".
Miss Ponoka Stampede 2017, 23-year-old Michele Greer, is a first generation cowgirl hailing from Ferintosh, Alberta. From a young age, Michele has taken every opportunity to adopt Alberta's western heritage as her own. Her interest in horses influenced her participation in 4-H, which provided numerous opportunities for horse related activities, community involvement, and employment. Michele has spent years volunteering, working and teaching in various settings, with hopes of sharing her passion for horses and the sport of rodeo with the people of all ages. Michele's passion for the sport of rodeo is her career inspiration. She is a Certified Personal Fitness Trainer, and is currently finishing off her Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology at the University of Alberta Augustana. Upon completion of her degree, Michele hopes to start her own business tailored to the fitness needs of all members of the rodeo community.