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Queen Amber and Princess Savannah show off their awards.
Queen Amber and Princess Savannah show off their awards.
Clackamas County Rodeo Court Bring Home Top Honors (Photo) - 06/15/17

"Talk about an AMAZING weekend!" is how Clackamas County Rodeo Queen Amber Cook described her weekend of June 10 and 11. With Princess Savannah Storlie by her side, the court brought home top honors at the annual Rose Festival Parade, winning First Place for Rodeo Court and Queen and runner up for the Vern Hulit award, an award given for Excellence in Preparation. Vern spoke with the girls before the judging, wishing them good luck.
Queen Amber and Princess Savannah, along with their horses Buttons and Reno, would like to thank those who helped them succeed in the parade. The flowers were done by Hulberts in Canby, the chaps and breast plates were created by Bob Roy. Besides having full support from their parents, Johnny and Andrea Cook and Nate and Cindy Holmlund, the court also express their gratitude to Katie Montecucco and her parents, Jackie Bates, former Rodeo Court Director, and Cheri Cornforth and daughter Jessi for all of their time and encouragement.
After the Rose Festival Parade, the court, along with their families, headed to Sisters, Oregon who were hosting their annual rodeo. Queen Amber and Princess Savannah were surprised and happy when they were greeted by Gary Linton, Fair Board President and Rick Kauffman, Rodeo Committee Director.
"It's a true honor to wear this crown and represent Clackamas County Fair and Rodeo as its' Queen and all of the amazing people I get to meet because of it!" said Queen Amber.