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www. LovellChronicle.com August 5, 2010 I The Lovell Chronicle 115 Clark crowned 2010 Fair and Rodeo u n BY KARLA POMEROY Last year's princess be- came this year's queen at the Big Horn County Fair and Rodeo Queen Contest Sunday night in Basin. Cydnie Clark, the 2010 Princess, was crowned the 2011 Queen. Her fellow royalty members this year are Junior Princess Payten Sorenson of Greybull and Princess Taylor Werbelow of Greybull. Clark, 15, is the daugh- ter of Slim and Janelle Clark of Manderson. She will be a sophomore at Riv- erside High School this fall. She is active in volleyball, basketball, 4-H and FFA. She rode her quarter horse Box Shining Angel during the horsemanship portion of the contest. Clark said she enjoys riding her 9-year-old horse for 4-H, Wind River Performance Horse Club, FFA, team penning and team sorting competitions and ranch work. She said she wants to represent Big Horn County as the 2011 Fair and Rodeo Queen "because I love get- ting to know new people and I would love to promote the great sport of rodeo. I would also like to be a great exam- ple to other young girls." Clark was also voted by her fellow contestants as Miss Congeniality. The other queen con- testant was Michelle Mull- ins, 19, a 2010 graduate of RHS. She is the daughter of ' Cecil and Linda Mullins of Manderson. She served as KARLA POMEROY Former Big Horn County Fair and Rodeo Queen Melissa Barnes (right) helps new queen Cydnie Clark into her sash during the crowning ceremony Sunday night at the multipurpose room at the county fairgrounds in Basin. Clark, 15, will be a sophomore at Riverside High School this fall. president of FFA her senior year at RHS, earned Star Chapter Farmer award for three years and was also in- volved in FCCLA. PRINCESS Werbelow, 14, is the daughter of Vic and Julie Werbelow. She will be a freshman at Greybull High School this fall. She is active in Pony Club, 4-H, FFA, band, swimming and track. She rode her 4-year- old quarter horse Dinero in the contest and enjoys rid- ing him for competitions in- cluding barrels, poles and goat tying. "I think that I would make a good princess be- cause I'm in a lot of activities and I'm in a lot of 4-H activi- ties. Also I'm at almost ev- ery rodeo," Werbelow wrote in her application. Other contestants were Marriah Mills, 13-year-old daughter of James and Gin- ger Mills of Greybull; and Madison Edeler, 12-year- old daughter of Vernon and Cheri Edeler of Greybull. Madison Edeler earned the Horsemanship Award. JUNIOR PRINCESS Sorenson is the 8-year- old daughter of Brent and Becky Sorenson and had the distinct pleasure of be- ing crowned by her sister, Makayla Sorenson, the 2010 Junior Princess. Payten So- renson is active in the Shell Rough Riders 4-H Club and Blue Dolphins Swim Club. She rode her l 1-year- old quarter horse Dolly in the contest and also enjoys riding Dolly in barrels, 4-H events, trail riding and oth- er rodeo events. "I want to be the Big Horn County Fair and Ro- deo Junior Princess because I enjoy riding my horse Dolly and I love to rodeo, especial- ly barrel racing," Sorenson wrote in her application. "I like to meet new people and learn new things. I think that I will do a good job as the junior princess for our fair and rodeo. "I will also be excited to go to other towns for pa- rades and rodeos for Big Horn County. Someday I would like to go to the NFR (National Finals Rodeo) and maybe someday I will try to be Miss Rodeo Wyoming and this is good practice." Other contestants were Tatem J. Edeler, 9-year- old daughter of Vernon and Cheri Edeler of Greybull; and Scotlyn Flitner, 10-year- old daughter of Greg and Pam Flitner of Shell. Contestants were judged on their application, thank-you notes, moral and personal questions during the interview and horse- manship and knowledge of their horse. The princess and queen candidates, after riding a pattern, were also required to unsaddle and saddle their horses for the judges. The royalty received crowns, buckles and spurs this year. The queen committee is selling 50-50 raffle tickets to raise money for next year. The drawing will be at Sat- urday night's rodeo. Contact one of the contest organizers for tickets -- M.A. Bischoff at 272-0976, Chelsea Bis- choff at 272-4562 or Janelle Clark at 307-413-3931. Korey Hocker Hocker heads for Brazil mission Elder Korey Roy Hock- er, son of Shon and Carla Hocker of Cowley, has been called to serve as a mis- sionary for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Elder Hocker has been called to the Brazil Re- cife Mission, where he will serve the next two years learning the language and proselyting from the east- ernmost part of Brazil to 200 miles inland from the coast, extending to the Am- azon Jungle. Korey spoke in the Cow- ley Second Ward on June 27 and flew out of Billings on June 29, directly to the Missionary Training Cen- ter in Sao Paulo, Brazil. He is currently in the MTC learning Portuguese for approximately one more month before leaving for Recife. www.bighorncountyfair.com Thank you toour Gold Sponsors: