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Kiara wrote this poem at school, thought it was too cute and had to share with you: When I was at Rodeo Queen University, I remember how quiet it was Compared to my brothers at home. When I rode the horses I felt like a queen. I was happy when that happened. When I did the blind makeovers, I felt like the happiest person there. Then when I went to the big outdoor arena I got to ride a horse that had one blind eye I was happy when that happened. On Sunday the last day there I did a speech on stage. I was scared at first, Then I was brave and said my speech. I was happy with everything that happened at Rodeo Queen University.
“For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son, that whoever believes in Him should not perish but have everlasting life.” John 3:16 This was the very first scripture verse I memorized as a child. Most of us have heard it and many of us have memorized it, but have we truly allowed these words to dwell and permeate our hearts and spirits? God love YOU (insert your name here) … He loved YOU (insert your name here) so much that He gave His one and only Son so that YOU would not perish but have everlasting life. This promise is for YOU! Your Heavenly Father LOVES YOU, JESUS LOVES YOU – HE DIED FOR YOU! That is a beautiful revelation to receive and walk in my friend!
Katherine Merck – Miss Rodeo America 2016 Katherine Merck of Spokane, Washington, was selected as Miss Rodeo America 2016 after a week-long competition during the 2015 Wrangler National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas. “It is a privilege to represent the cowboys and cowgirls who carry on the great western lifestyle, values, and traditions that rodeo embodies. As Miss Rodeo America, I channel my motto, ‘live so enthusiastically you cannot fail,’ into successfully promoting professional rodeo, creating new fans everywhere I go, and ensuring rodeo’s legacy.” Before winning the title of Miss Rodeo America, Katherine was in her final year of Law School at Gonzaga University School of Law. In the future she plans to run for a judicial position on the Washington State Supreme Court to promote ethical justice for land use, water rights, and agricultural estate planning. When time allows, Katherine enjoys hunting, target shooting, wakeboarding, paddle boarding, reading…
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