Having the opportunity to represent the great city of Spokane would be an honor. When people think of Spokane, the rodeo many not be in the top five. So let's change that and broaden the knowledge and amazing opportunities rodeos have to offer the community. It does not matter whether you live square in the middle of the city or out in the boondocks, we welcome all to come and enjoy the greatest, most competitive and loyal sport on dirt. There is no greater place than Spokane, where there is such variety in cultures, to bring them all together. Park your tush and be ready to be entertained. Learn more about Heather Fleming.
The Spokane Rodeo is more than the filled grandstands that create the beautiful sound of the Spokane Thunder. It's years of tradition, history and a lifestyle. It would be an honor to represent and promote not only the Spokane Rodeo and Lilac City, but also the cowboys, cowgirls, and volunteers that make the rodeo what it is. Being Miss Spokane Interstate Rodeo Queen would be an honor and give me a chance to share the tradition and history of the wonderful Lilac City and Spokane Rodeo. I would love the opportunity to be a role model and share my love and history of rodeos with adults and children alike. Learn more about Macy LaValley.
It has been a life-long dream of mine to become a Rodeo Queen. Miss Spokane Interstate will give me the chance to give back to the community of Spokane; because Spokane has taught me many things about life. I also learned how to ride at the Interstate Fair when I was in 4-H. I want to be able to give back to Spokane what it has given me. Learn more about Rebecca McNall.