The 2014 Stampede Queen and Princesses are crowned
Calgary – Today in glittering ceremony, Danica Heath, Shannon Black and Stephanie Patterson were crowned the 2014 Calgary Stampede Queen and Princesses. The 2013 Stampede Queen Jessica Williams and Princesses Danielle Kakoschke and Catherine Morneau were on hand to graciously present their crowns to the new Queen and Princesses.
Danica Heath- 2014 Stampede Queen
Danica is 22 and calls Calgary home. She has a Geology degree and is currently looking to start her Geology career. Danica enjoys playing field hockey and soccer, riding, hiking and snowboarding
Shannon Black – 2014 Stampede Princess
Shannon is 24 years old from Calgary. She enjoys showing her horses, running, biking, camping and hiking. Shannon has a Communications degree and currently works at the United Way.
Stephanie Patterson – 2014 Stampede Princess
Stephanie is 24 years old from Calgary. Stephanie is a land administrator and a riding teacher. In her spare time, Stephanie likes to read, curl, and horseback ride.
The Stampede Royalty act as official ambassadors of the Stampede by promoting western heritage and values in the community and around the world, making more than 400 appearances during their reign. The winning three contestants must embody the Stampede values of integrity, pride of place, western hospitality and commitment to community.
Follow the Stampede Queen and Princesses though their year at www.calgarystampede.com.
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