MISS RODEO ALASKA
“THE LAST FRONTIER STATE”
Nicole Kneale is from Anchorage, Alaska and currently attends the University of Alaska where she hopes to be accepted into the Dental Assisting Program. She plans to further her career in the dental field by becoming a dental hygienist where she can then visit villages and provide dental services.
Rodeo is Nicole’s favorite sport and she enjoys drawing, painting, riding, hiking and snowboarding. She is a part of the Rodeo Alaska grand entry team who is very involved in breast cancer awareness and their profits go to Breast Cancer Focus Alaska.
“Miss Rodeo American is someone young girls can look up to and strive to reflect her respectable image and keep the sport alive. The children today are our future of tomorrow and being in Alaska, I want to represent rodeo in a way that keeps young people involved in the sport and encourage them to see it continue past their years. My mom was miss Rodeo Alaska in 1981 and is the reason I wanted to be Miss Rodeo Alaska, and I could not imagine a better role model for myself and I wish to follow in her footsteps and be the best role model that I can possibly be for the young ladies in my community.”